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Holland & Holland Range Rover comes with shotgun holsters

If you’re into hunting and you have a zero money troubles, then the Land Rover Holland & Holland Edition Range Rover is definitely for you. The big SUV has been redesigned to incorporate high-quality features that are associated with the weapon manufacturer.

Holland & Holland Edition Range Rover

The special model is based on the Range Rover Autobiography Black, and uses the Executive Class seating package to feature a comfortable four-seat layout. The rear seating area is the place to be in this long-wheelbase model, with 18.5cm of extra legroom and a pair of reclining seats that are good enough for an A-list celebrity. The rear console has also been extended and redesigned to include walnut tables, extra storage, and unique lighting.

The interior comes standard with strappings of soft tan espresso leather, French walnut Veneer constructed from one piece, and acanthus scroll engraving on the interior door handles – a feature Holland & Holland is renowned for.

If you look closely you’ll see the company’s logo carefully engraved into the centre console, as well as embroidered on the front seats. If you’re rich enough to own a set of shotguns from Holland & Holland, there’s a leather-trimmed aluminium case in the back to house your weaponry.

Engine choices are the 250kW/740Nm 4.4-litre turbo-diesel V8, or the 375kW/625Nm 5.0-litre supercharged petrol V8. Prices for the Holland & Holland Edition start from £180,000 (approximately AU$322,000), though there’s currently no word if the special model will become available in Australia as it’s being limited to just 40 units in total.

Holland & Holland has been around since 1835 and specialises in manufacturing high-end oil-finished guns.

Josh was one of the original co-founders of PerformanceDrive. His expertise is car culture and aftermarket performance. He was the editor at Hot4s Magazine for a few years, and has since worked at Fast Fours, Zoom, and as a journalist for The Project Group.