Holland & Holland Range Rover is most expensive Land Rover ever

The $287,000 SUV features soft leather hides, fitted cabinet for two shotguns.

Land Rover has teamed with British gunmaker Holland & Holland to build the most expensive Range Rover ever.

Crafted by the Special Vehicle Operations division, the new package is based on the Range Rover Autobiography Black. It can be recognized from a distance, thanks to its Holland & Holland Green paint on the bodywork, grille and mirrors.

The interior has been extensively upgraded with Land Rover's Executive Class seating package with two fully-adjustable rear seats. A redesigned center console features electrically deployable walnut tables and custom lighting.

Naturally, the SUV has been outfitted with soft leather hides in tan and expresso tones and Holland & Holland embroidery, with leather extending even to the transmission tunnel.

The automaker has used a single large piece of French walnut to ensure matching veneer throughout, polished to resemble oil-finished gunstocks. The door handles also feature the gunmaker's branding and acanthus-scroll engraving, again matching the iconic firearms.

As expected, the cargo area has been outfitted with a gun cabinet with an Alcantara interior specially fit for two guns.

Land Rover will only build 40 units annually for three years, each fetching the equivalent of $287,000 USD -- around the same price as two Holland & Holland 'Royal Deluxe' 12-gauge over/under shotguns.

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