Land Rover Special Vehicle Operations (SVO) has partnered with British gun-maker Holland & Holland to produce what's billed as the most luxurious and expensive Range Rover on the market. While the exterior is marked by a Holland & Holland green paint job, special badging and deep green front grille with chrome highlights, it's inside the cabin where most of the upgrades live. A leather-upholstered Executive Class seating package features two individually adjustable rear seats and an extended reworked center console, equipped with electrically deployable walnut tables, upgraded stowage, bespoke lighting and USB charging sockets. Out back, the trunk holds a removable leather-trimmed aluminum loadspace cabinet, where an Alcantara interior has room for a pair of Holland & Hollands rifles. The production is capped to just 40 units annually over the next three years, with all vehicles packing either the 339 HP 4.4-liter SDV8 diesel or the 510 HP 5.0-liter LR-V8 Supercharged engine.