With their go-anywhere ability, split tailgate (perfect for lying down and picking off a goose or two), lavish interiors and aristocratic image, Range Rovers were born for the upper-crust sport of hunting. So what a better way to celebrate this by collaborating with a brand that made its name upon generations of shooting game? Say hello to the Holland & Holland Range Rover, the most expensive Range Rover ever built.

Esteemed gun maker Holland & Holland (which, like Land Rover, holds a British royal warrant) has a history with Range Rovers – it teamed up with Overfinch in 2009 to build a car with, among other accoutrements, the infamous “self-replenishing” drinks cabinet – but this is the first time it has worked with Land Rover itself, partnering with its Special Vehicle Operations (SVO) division.

Based off the range-topping (no pun intended) Autobiography Black model, this Range Rover is distinguishable by its Holland & Holland Green paintwork, as well as special badging on the lower front doors and the tailgate.

Inside, the H&H Range Rover features soft tan and espresso leather, Holland & Holland embroidery on the front seats and a Holland & Holland logo inlay on the centre console veneer. The veneers, in case you were wondering, have been cut from a single piece of sustainable French walnut to ensure each panel is perfectly matched, and have been polished to mimic the rifles’ famous oil-finished gunstocks.

More gun-derived detailing abound the cabin – the internal door handles is scribed with H&H’s acanthus scroll engraving, the fascia trim panels are adorned with gunstock checkering and the engraving behind the rotary gear selector is inspired by the distinctive diamonds on H&H’s forends.


The biggest party piece, however, is in the boot, where you’ll find a removable aluminium cabinet, upholstered in leather and debossed with the Holland & Holland logo. Popping open the case reveals an espresso Alcantara-lined interior, which can be fitted precisely to carry a pair of the owner’s H&H guns. No drinks are stocked in it, however, let alone “self-replenishing” ones…

Available in either 339 PS 4.4 litre turbodiesel SDV8 or bonkers 510 PS 5.0 litre V8 Supercharged variants, and in either short- or long-wheelbase models, the Holland & Holland Range Rover retails at a cool £180,000 (RM957,000).