Range Rover SV Arete Edition: Luxury Elevated in Whistler

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Whistler, British Columbia, Canada, stands as a testament to the natural beauty and outdoor adventure that defines the region. As one of North America’s premier ski resorts, Whistler Blackcomb attracts visitors from around the globe, drawn by its pristine slopes and breathtaking vistas.

Acknowledging the allure of this picturesque destination, Land Rover unveils the Range Rover House, a luxurious retreat nestled amidst the rugged splendor of the Canadian wilderness.

Here, amidst towering peaks and snow-covered slopes, Land Rover introduces the Range Rover SV Arete Edition, a limited series inspired by the awe-inspiring landscape of the region.

Crafted with meticulous attention to detail, the SV Arete Edition embodies the essence of luxury and refinement. Its distinctive exterior features SV Bespoke Special Effect Gloss blue paint, complemented by 23-inch triple-finish Diamond Turned Dark Grey Gloss forged alloy wheels, creating a striking presence that commands attention.

Inside, the cabin reflects the natural beauty of the Canadian mountain range, with sumptuous Liberty Blue near aniline leather, ebony Kvadrat textile details, and Natural Dark Linear Wenge with Mosaic Metal inlay.

Exclusive touches, such as SV Bespoke Arete Edition embroidered cushions and personalized snowboards or skis from Prior, further elevate the interior, creating a space that is both luxurious and inviting.

Powering the SV Arete Edition is a potent 606-hp twin-turbo V8 MHEV engine, delivering exhilarating performance and effortless capability.

With its limited production and unparalleled craftsmanship, the 2024 Range Rover SV Arete Edition offers discerning customers a truly bespoke driving experience amidst the breathtaking beauty of Whistler, British Columbia.


By Park-Shin Jung

I am Park-Shin Jung. I am a professional content writer for cars.

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