Land Rover usually doesn’t give too many official shots of lower level trim/options – most of the pictures you see on the website or in brochures are of the Autobiography’s.
While searching around for something else, I found this shot of the controls for the reclining rear seat option in the Range Rover, first time I’ve seen them. This is the Style 2 option, available with the HSE LUX package & in the Supercharged models for $1250. For the Autobiography, the upgraded Style 3 comes as standard, it cost $2500 prior to MY2011.
For comparison, here are the Style 3 controls, which add in adjustable lumbar support along with seat heating & cooling. Rear seat heating is standard on all Range Rovers, normally those controls are on the center rear HVAC console, but the are relocated to the door with the Style 3 package.
One additional feature that’s added in with either Style – “Passenger Seat Memory”. I think I remember having this on a 1995 Range Rover, but I don’t believe any of the current generation have had it. Here’s a shot from an Autobiography – you can see the memory controls there for the passenger seat: