Holland & Holland Range Rover
Complete with gun cabinet and 'self-replenishing' drinks cabinet, it's one way to attract attention next time you're clay-pigeon shooting.
Craftsmen take 130 hours to paint and polish the car, and 150 hours to trim the interior. The bespoke leather and wood interior wouldn't look out of place in a private jet and seats four with room for a hand-veneered rear console to house the drinks cabinet.
The special edition, limited to 100 cars, is based on the 2010-model-year 503bhp supercharged or TDV8 Range Rover.
Shoot to thrill
Shotgun owners can rest assured that their gun will travel in comfort and safety in the hand-crafted gun cabinet in the boot. This can be removed between seasons to make room for the Glyndebourne picnic or the Ascot hats.
Real enthusiasts can tailor parts of the design to match their gun, for example with matching engraving on the steering wheel spokes.
Anyone for drinks?
The rear console holds the integrated refrigerator and Holland & Holland crystal tumblers and champagne flutes. The car arrives pre-loaded with Pol Roger Champagne, Ivan the Terrible vodka, plus whisky, gin and water.
Forget tiresome trips to the off-licence, however: regular refills will be dispatched during the first year of ownership to keep passengers' thirsts quenched.
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