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Spanning five continents, eight countries and nine of the worlds finest hotels in 21 days, Range Rover and Abercrombie and Kent have teamed up to deliver a road trip like non other.




Prices starting at one hundred thousand pounds, the exclusive excursion developed by the two leading brands offers a bespoke itinerary to elite customers to which Range Rover say has been “handpicked to not only offer the very highest levels of luxury, but to provide guests with truly off-the-beaten-track experiences at locations only accessible thanks to the peerless capability of the Range Rover”.


Marking the launch of the Range Rover SV Autobiography, with the most powerful engine in the manufacturers history and luxurious interiors, the SV Autobiography offers timeless comfort and style for long or short journeys. Mark Cameron, Land Rover Experiential Marketing Director, at Jaguar Land Rover said: "We set out to design a trip worthy of the ultimate luxury SUV and thanks to our partners at Abercrombie & Kent we have achieved just that. From Europe to Australia, this trip is all about the epitome of luxury but done so in a Land Rover way - the unexpected, the off-the-beaten-track and the once-in-a-lifetime experiences. This itinerary represents the definitive drive adventure, achieved in the definitive vehicle."


The trip embarking from Europe guests wind up the spectacular mountainside roads of Monaco along the coastal highway to Portofino with breathtaking vistas of the Italian lakes, enjoying the power and performance of the SV Autobiography. Whilst in the first leg guest enjoy luxurious accommodation at the famous Four Seasons Cap Ferrat, Villa D’Este, San Lorenzo Mountain Lodge and a chartered Helicopter flight and picnic over the peaks of the Alps.


The second leg of the trip sees guests travel to Marrakech for a three-night stay at the Royal Mansour, experiencing the ultimate off road adventure with a lunch pit stop at Richard Branson’s Kasbah Tamadot.


Following this guests are flown across to the vast Arizona Desert where guests will experience the unparalleled Amangiri Resort surrounded by deep canyons, plateaus and picturesque landscape.


The Fourth leg of the world tour sees guests travel overnight to South America where they will stay in Awasi, one of the worlds most recognised and sought after luxurious lodges, whereby each guest is dedicated a personal concierge to customise their individual itinerary ending the experience with a tour to the one billion dollar telescope to which can see the beginning of time.


The last leg of the world wind tour is a trip to Australia where guest will stay at the Park Hyatt Sydney and enjoy a VIP bridge climb experience followed by a trip to Tasmania where guests are able to relish in pristine roadways.


Guests are then returned to London, where one would most likely purchase their new Range Rover SV Autobiography.

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