Land Rover Makes One-Off Range Rover SVAutobiography For Boxing Champ Anthony Joshua
A specially commissioned Range Rover SVAutobiography long-wheelbase model was delivered to world heavyweight boxing champion Anthony Joshua, featuring multiple bespoke details.
Among them we count Joshua’s four boxing titles, placed alongside his family crest on a special B-pillar badge. Other bespoke details include his signature stitched into the headrests, an AJBXNG plaque and illuminated treadplates bearing his name.
Joshua’s next fight will be against Bulgarian challenger Kubrat Pulev at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium in London on June 20, and his new Range Rover will accompany him there.
“The countdown to my next fight has begun and this custom Range Rover will play its part in the build-up. With family and media commitments here in London and my training base in Sheffield, I spend lots of time on the road. The SVAutobiography will take the stress out of long trips, allowing me to relax in complete comfort, and its unique design features both my family crest and references to my boxing success and I have to thank the team at Land Rover Vehicle Personalisation for taking my ideas and making them real,” said the world heavyweight champion.
The luxury SUV’s exterior is finished in a bespoke black paintwork, featuring a matching roof and door mirrors, while the Graphite Atlas front grille, side vent graphics and door handles help maintain the stealthy appearance – which is slightly offset by the 22-inch split-spoke Diamond Turned alloys and the red brake calipers.
Other changes include the Ebony Windsor leather seats with Pimento quilted inserts and contrast stitching, as well as the interior door handles which have been etched with a unique boxing glove motif.
As for comfort features, this SVAutobiography model comes with 24-way adjustable front seats and Executive Class Comfort-Plus airline-style rear seats with heated calf rests and a hot stone massage function.
Power meanwhile is provided by a 565 PS (557 HP) supercharged V8 engine, which allows you to accelerate to 100 km/h (62 mph) in 5.4 seconds.
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