Range Rover celebrates 50 years of innovation and style with the “Fifthy” special edition. The original luxury SUV invented a new market segment in 1970 which is still current and successful today. To celebrate the 50th anniversary of a motoring icon, the British manufacturer has decided to produce a limited edition Range Rover, the Fifthy, which will be built in just 1,970 units worldwide. The mechanical and stylistic basis is that of the Autobiography version, the most luxurious of the Range Rover, but the car has a series of special contents such as the colours that recall the first off-road series, among which the bright blue, the new design of the 22 inch wheels and the dedicated badge with the writing “Fifthy” personally created by Gerry McGovern, Chief Creative Officer of Land Rover, positioned on the outside, on the centre console, on the headrests, on the dashboard and on the footrests.
“In the world of luxury vehicles, the Range Rover has always stood out for its unrivalled durability. Its unique and pioneering sensibility, combined with an unparalleled engineering approach, have been the values our customers have admired since the very first example in 1970,” said Gerry McGovern. The Range Rover Fifty will be available in both standard and long wheelbase, with a choice of four exterior colours: Carpathian Grey, Rosello Red, Aruba and Santorini Black. In limited edition you can have three other colours: Tuscan Blue, Bahama Gold and Davos White.