Land Rover will unveil the most luxurious the Range Rover ever at the Geneva motor show in March.
Just 500 of the Autobiography Ultimate Edition will be offered, with prices likely to exceed 100,000.
Available with the 4.4-litre V8 diesel or 5.0-litre V8 petrol, the interior of the Range Rover Ultimate Edition is hand-finished in softer-feel leather.
The rear of the car is designed to be the last word in luxury, foregoing the three-person bench for a pair of electrically reclining individual seats. There's a drinks chiller for those in the back, as well as a machined aluminium laptop table to match the cutting-edge design of the iPads that are supplied.
The boot of the Ultimate Edition is lined in teak, a move inspired by super yachts. Unique 20-inch wheels, dark grilles and vents, special badging and a pair of special paint colours set the car apart. Besides the unique red and grey finishes, buyers will also be able to order the car in black.
The car will be launched later this year.