Klassen took a 2020 Range Rover SVAutobiography and turned it into an armored and stretched vehicle that is worthy of a head of state.
The stock Range Rover SVAutobiography starts at around €200,000 (~$240,000) in Germany. However, the vast amount of work that went into this example has bumped the price into the 7-digit zone.
So, how much does it cost? According to the Mobile ad, it has an asking price of €1,102,000, including VAT, which equals to $1,312,960 at current exchange rates. Sure, that kind of money could get you a hypercar, such as a McLaren Senna, yet prospective clients for this armored and stretched luxury SUV probably have one (or 10) already in their garage.
According to the listing, the vehicle is brand new and in stock, and boasts armored protection all around, including bulletproof glass, reinforced hinges, new springs and shock absorbers to help it cope with the extra weight, uprated brakes and special wheels.
It also has strobe lights, a siren, an interior partition wall separating the driver from the rear passenger compartment, high-quality soundproofing, a multimedia system, an electric metal sliding roof, an intercom, a coolbox and even an emergency exit. All the tech and comfort features offered with the standard Range Rover SVAutobiography are also on deck.
The armored SUV is still supplied by the stock model’s supercharged 5.0-liter V8, which puts out 557 HP and 516 pound-feet (700 Nm) of torque.