Land Rover wanted to create the most expensive Range Rover, so it joined forces once again with Holland & Holland, famous British rifle manufacturer.  Land Rover previously built and H&H version in 2009.
The car is called Holland & Holland Range Rover and was customized by Range Rover Special Vehicle Operations (SVO), which will build 40 units per year over a three-year period. 
To stand out of the crowd, the SUV uses unique Holland & Holland Green, mirrors and bonnet vent. The grille is painted in the same deep green and has chrome highlights. Holland & Holland badging can be found all over the car.
Inside there is a real luxury treatment with additional 186mm (7.3 inches) of legroom and 17 degrees recline available to the rear seat passengers.
Two individual fully adjustable rear seats are complemented by an extended and re-designed centre console with electrically deployable walnut tables, integrated USB charging sockets, enhanced stowage and bespoke lighting. Precision leather detailing including Holland & Holland embroidery on the front seats, a single huge piece of walnut, 1500mm (59 in) long by 500mm (19 in) wide and the internal door handles transformed into works of art are details that cannot be forgotten.
The car will be available with only two powertrains, the top versions of course.  The diesel-powered 4.4-litre SDV8, which delivers 339 hp and the 510 hp petrol-powered 5.0-litre V8 Supercharged.
The price (RRP) for the Holland & Holland Range Rover will be £180,000 (about $285,000 USD).