Check Out the New Holland & Holland Range Rover
If you’re a big fan of the British car manufacturer Land Rover, than you will most likely love this new vehicle.
The Land Rover special vehicles operations joined forces with Holland & Holland, and created their most luxurious SUV.
Now, for the ones that haven’t heard of Holland & Holland, you might want to know that it’s a British gun-maker based in London, England which offers handmade sporting rifles and shotguns.
So when you take two iconic British marques and put them together, you’re about to end up with something really amazing.
And that’s exactly the case of this amazing Holland & Holland Range Rover, but you will have to see it for yourself.
The Holland & Holland Range Rover is available with a choice of powertrains: the diesel-powered 4.4-litre SDV8, which delivers 339PS and the 510PS petrol-powered 5.0-litre V8 Supercharged.
But wait till you get inside, that’s where you’re about to get your mind blown. All the leather is specially made just for this edition, and the wood is finished to resemble a Holland & Holland gun stock.
And that’s not all! Because we’re talking here about Holland & Holland, it’s obvious that this car will carry some guns. And it does!
It comes with two beautiful guns, and besides that, it has a special place where you can store them. This car is absolutely gorgeous, but as I said before, you’ll have to see it for yourself.
So , let’s see how the new Holland & Holland Range Rover looks like, and what makes it so special.
“This project represents two great British brands working together to produce a car that perfectly represents our shared brand values. Stunning form and perfect functionality unite in a car that is supremely fit for purpose.” – Daryl Greatrex, managing director of Holland & Holland
The result of the collaboration between the two iconic British marques is more than amazing, and it brings us a luxurious one of a kind vehicle.
So what do you think, is the new Holland & Holland Range Rover a car that you would like to own or what?