2011 Range Rover – U.S. Updates

From what I hear, these are the changes we’ll be seeing for the 2011 Range Rover U.S. spec model:

  • New exterior choices of Fuji White (replaces Alaska White) and Baltic Blue (replaces Buckingham Blue)
  • Tow Bar, Adaptive Lighting, Automatic High Beam Assist and Blind Spot Monitoring are all available as an options now and not a standard features
  • Added a Vision Assist Package which includes Adaptive Front Lights, Automatic High Beam Assist, Blind Spot Monitoring and Surround Camera onto all trim levels

Changes on the 2011 Autobiography are:

  • 1200 watt harman kardon LOGIC7 6 disc changer with 19 speakers is now standard
  • Unique 20" silver sparkle alloy wheel
  • Rear Seat Recline including 4-way lumbar support and heated/cooled rear seats is standard
  • Vision Assist Package is standard

I’m happy to see the added content for the Autobiography, I just wonder how it will effect the current ~$15,000 option price.

Range Rover Autobiography – US Options

To close out the Range Rover Autobiography posts – here are some of the listed options for the US-spec – there aren’t many.

We do see the:

Seat Pack ‘Style 3’ – which is the full rear sear treatment, heated & cooled, reclining and the upgraded headrests for $2500.

Climate Pack – Automatic four zone air conditioning, climate controlled windscreen and front side glass for $1000

An option I couldn’t care less about: Half wood Leather steering wheel & Gearknob Pack for $1000.

Surround Camera System (includes Tow Assist) for $800 – this one really should be standard on the Autobiography

Audio System – LOGIC7® Hi-Fi (1,200 Watt 19 speakers surround sound harmon/kardon® system)  – they list no price on this one, but I don’t believe it was standard on the Autobiography – probably just a mistake on the website – they don’t always proof it so well.

And finally – Audio System – Digital radio (HD) for $350.