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Land Rover Range Rover Colour Guide

Here’s a detailed look at the paint palette available on the full-sized, premium SUV Range Rover, which we hope will help you choose your perfect new car colour. 

And there are a LOT of colours to go at when it comes to this luxury vehicle. Land Rover offers 11 main paint options – made up of 1 solid paint, 7 metallic paints and 3 premium metallic paints – and 1 different roof finish for the Range Rover, the latter of which finishes the top of the SUV in black. Most of these colours incur no extra cost at all, save for some of the premium metallics on various lower trim levels.

However, as this is a high-end product at the sort of level where clients demand a great degree of customisation and individuality, Land Rover offers an astounding further 65 special paint options at great expense – so we sum up that multitude of choices too. We also outline the various interior upholsteries with which you can furnish your prestigious Range Rover.

Paint Types

Solid =

A simple body colour with no additives in the paint. Usually comprises 3 coats, these being a primer, then the paint, then a clear, protective lacquer. Solid paints aren’t particularly shiny and are normally the only standard/no-cost colours offered by manufacturers. 

Metallic =

same application process as above but the paint now has powdered metal mixed into it, which reflects more light to give the car a shinier appearance. Metallic finishes usually cost more than solid paints.

Pearlescent/Mica = as above, only instead of metal, ceramic crystals (known as ‘mica’) are added to the paint. These not only reflect light but refract it too, giving one colour different appearances in different levels of light. They’re normally as expensive as or pricier than metallic paints.

Matte = uses special ‘flattening’ agents in the paint/layering make-up to give the car a non-reflective appearance, and sometimes an unusual texture too. These are normally the most expensive and rarest of paint options, and are not offered on many new car models.

Exterior

Single-Tone Colour Schemes

Fuji White

01. Fuji White

Type: Solid

Cost: No cost

Available On: All models except SVAutobiography Dynamic Black

Bearing in mind that, of these main 11 series paints, they’re almost all no-cost choices (as Land Rover doesn’t expect you to pay for a selection of metallic finishes on an expensive vehicle like the Range Rover), to call flat Fuji White the standard paint is a bit misleading – but it’s the default choice available on 7 out of 8 trim grades, the only exception being the SVAutobiography Dynamic Black which comes in only 1 colour. Fuji is a standard, solid white: clean, unspectacular, will need regular washing and maintenance to keep it looking its best.

Santorini Black

02. Santorini Black

Type: Metallic

Cost: No cost

Available On: All models

This is the only paint available on all 8 specifications of Range Rover, because the SVAutobiography Dynamic Black is finished exclusively in this shiny, urbane hue. If you pick the contrast roof option for short-wheelbase Range Rovers, this colour is used for the roof with Narvik Black door mirrors, so Santorini technically cannot come as a 2-tone paint. It is also used on the upper body portion for the majority of the DuoTone finishes on the long-wheelbase Range Rover flagship.

Yulong White

03. Yulong White

Type: Metallic

Cost: No cost

Available On: Vogue, Vogue SE, Autobiography, SVAutobiography LWB

A creamier, richer white than Fuji, Yulong is a subtle metallic finish, albeit it will still require frequent washes to look ‘showroom’. Yulong is not available on the Westminster or SVAutobiography SWB models.

Firenze Red

04. Firenze Red

Type: Metallic

Cost: No cost

Available On: SVAutobiography Dynamic

A sporty, bright red that is used on smaller Range Rover models in the form of the Evoque, Velar and Sport versions, on the full-sized Rangie it is reserved purely for the SVAutobiography variant, where it is a no-cost option.

Rossello Red

05. Rossello Red

Type: Metallic

Cost: No cost

Available On: Vogue, Vogue SE, Autobiography, SVAutobiography LWB

Rossello is what might classically be called a ‘wine red’. It’s a very deep maroon, so will only show off its red hue in bright lights. Again, this cannot be specified on Westminster or SVAutobiography Dynamic models.

Byron Blue

06. Byron Blue

Type: Metallic

Cost: No cost

Available On: All models except SVAutobiography Dynamic and SVAutobiography Dynamic Black

Byron is a very subtle, underplayed yet lighter blue. It tilts towards grey but it should really pop in bright sunlight, while it promises to still look good even with a layer of road grime on it.

Eiger Grey

07. Eiger Grey

Type: Metallic

Cost: No cost

Available On: All models except SVAutobiography Dynamic Black

A standard, midtone metallic grey, Eiger will be a hugely popular choice for the Range Rover as it’s a classy finish. Will also hide a multitude of sins when it comes to mucky marks on the paintwork.

Portofino Blue

08. Portofino Blue

Type: Metallic

Cost: No cost

Available On: All models except SVAutobiography Dynamic and SVAutobiography Dynamic Black

Portofino is much darker than Byron, sort of a classic navy blue in shade, and it suits the lines of the big Range Rover very nicely indeed.

Aruba

09. Aruba

Type: Premium metallic

Cost: £865 (on Vogue, Vogue SE and Autobiography), no cost (on SVAutobiography LWB)

Available On: Vogue, Vogue SE, Autobiography and SV Autobiography LWB

The 1st of the cost-option paints on some models, Aruba is perhaps closest in hue to champagne, a light metallic bronze that’s most pleasing to look at but which’ll take some cleaning. It is the only 1 of the 3 premium metallics which is not available on the Westminster models. Aruba can sit above Silicon Silver (see below) on the SVAutobiography LWB as part of the DuoTone palette.

Carpathian Grey

10. Carpathian Grey

Type: Premium metallic

Cost: £865 (on Vogue, Westminster, Westminster Black, Vogue SE and Autobiography), no cost (on SVAutobiography LWB)

Available On: All models except SVAutobiography Dynamic and SVAutobiography Dynamic Black

Carpathian Grey is one of Land Rover’s prestigious premium metallics and is used on a lot of different SUV models, including the full-sized Range Rover. It’s a darker, charcoal-type grey and is a really good colour for those who don’t like washing their cars every weekend in the winter. It is also used alongside lighter Eiger Grey on a DuoTone colour scheme for the long-wheelbase version, forming the lower half of the body in such an instance.

Silicon Silver

11. Silicon Silver

Type: Premium metallic

Cost: £865 (on Vogue, Westminster, Westminster Black, Vogue SE and Autobiography), no cost (on SVAutobiography LWB

Available On: All models except SVAutobiography Dynamic and SVAutobiography Dynamic Black

We’ve said it before about Silicon Silver on other Range Rover models – in our eyes, it doesn’t look so much silver as a very light grey. In fact, it’s not a million miles away from Eiger Grey if you want a similar colour without laying out the extra £865 required, but it should be noted that Silicon is a marginally warmer shade than Eiger.

2-Tone Colour Schemes (No Cost, SWB Only)

Black roof and door mirrors

12. Black contrast roof option

Type: Metallic-solid, metallic-metallic or metallic-premium metallic 2-tone

Cost: £950 (on Vogue, Westminster, Westminster Black and Vogue SE), no-cost option (on Autobiography and SVAutobiography LWB), standard on SVAutobiography Dynamic

Available On: All models except SVAutobiography Dynamic Black

A Santorini Black roof and Narvik Black door mirrors is a cost option on the lower-spec versions of the Range Rover, but it comes as standard on the sporty SVAutobiography Dynamic, or as a no-cost alternative to a monocolour scheme on the luxurious Autobiography and SVAutobiography LWB models. Be aware that this option is not available with any black paint, be that metallic or an SVO Ultra Metallic, which means it cannot be specified on the SVAutobiography Dynamic Black (because that version only comes in Santorini Black anyway).

SVO Ultra Metallic Paints

Type: Tri-coat Ultra Metallic

Cost: £4590 (Gloss), £7140 (Satin)

Available On: All models except SVAutobiography Dynamic Black

Total Options Available: 15 colours in 2 finishes, either Gloss or Satin = 30 overall

This is the first level of expensive optional paints for the Range Rover, whether a short-wheelbase or a long-wheelbase model. Apart from the SVAutobiography Dynamic Black, which – as we’ve already explained – comes in the solitary finish of Santorini, you can have any of these colours on any version of the luxury SUV. The 2 main finishes are Gloss, for £4590, which gives the vehicle a highly shiny appearance because it reflects light, or Satin, which makes the Range Rover look like it has a matte finish as this topcoat partially absorbs light instead of reflecting it. Ultra Metallics have 3 coats of the chosen paint colour, which explains their expense.

The 15 colours you can have in either topcoat finish are:

• Borealis Black

• Ligurian Black

• Mescalito Black

• Bosphorus Grey

• Windward Grey

• Balmoral Blue

• Verbier Silver

• British Racing Green

• Scafell Grey

• Rio Gold

• Madagascar Orange

• Flux (a mid-grey)

• Desire (a very dark red)

• Velocity (a rich blue)

• Ethereal (a light silver)

We aren’t showing every colour here, but have displayed British Racing Green Satin, Velocity Gloss and Madagascar Orange Satin to give you an idea of the SVO Ultra Metallic paints.

SVO Special Effect Paints

13. SVO Ultra Met British Racing Green Satin

Type: Pearlescent or Chromaflair ‘flip’

Cost: £6240 (Gloss), £8790 (Satin)

Available On: All models except SVAutobiography Dynamic Black

Total Options Available: 5 colours in 2 finishes, either Gloss or Satin = 10 overall

Moving above the Ultra Metallics, Land Rover’s upmarket SVO department also offers 5 Special Effect paints. Again, available on every Range Rover bar the SVAutobiography Dynamic Black, these consist of 2 pearlescent paints (both whites) and then 3 metallics with what is called Chromaflair paint technology – this means the paint has the ability to change colours, depending on which angle you are viewing the vehicle from. This is sometimes referred to as ‘flip’ paint. Land Rover calls these 3 Chromaflair-enhanced finishes ‘Spectral’.

Once more, all 5 can be rendered as Gloss for £6240, or for the flatter Satin finish at a hefty £8790. The 5 colours you can choose to have in either topcoat finish are:

• Valloire White Pearl

• Meribel White Pearl

• Spectral Racing Red

• Spectral Blue

• Spectral British Racing Green

We aren’t showing every colour here, but have displayed Meribel White Pearl Gloss and Spectral Racing Red Satin to give you an idea of the SVO Special Effect paints.

2-Tone Colour Schemes (LWB Only)

DuoTone Paint Palette

Type: Metallic-metallic, metallic-premium metallic, metallic-SVO Ultra Metallic or metallic-SVO Special Effect 2-tone

Cost: £9695 (main series colour options), £14,285 SVO Ultra Metallic with DuoTone, £15,935 SVO Special Effect with DuoTone

Available On: SVAutobiography Long-Wheelbase

Total Options Available: 8 main DuoTone options, plus 12 DuoTone over Ultra Metallic options and 5 DuoTone over Special Effect options = 25 overall

Exclusively available for the long-wheelbase model of the Range Rover, there are another 25 paint finishes under the DuoTone palette. DuoTone differs to the black roof option we’ve already talked about, as the upper body colour extends from the roof onto the panels above the waistline – that’s the crease running through the door handles. Therefore, if you pick this option for your LWB Range Rover, the bonnet, the tops of the doors and the bit of the bootlid with the ‘Range Rover’ badge on it will all be finished in a different colour to the panels beneath this line.

Of these, 8 are a combination of the main series metallic and premium metallic paints, mainly with a Santorini Black finish from the vehicle’s waistline upwards. The upper portion here can also be Aruba or Eiger Grey, but any of these selections incurs a £9695 cost on the SVAutobiography LWB.

Alternatively, any of the SVO Ultra Metallic paints which AREN’T black (meaning 12 in total) or the SVO Special Effect (5) paints can be put onto the bottom half of the vehicle, with the upper half finished in Santorini Black whatever colour you go for. That makes another 17 options here! And be prepared to get your wallet out: a DuoTone finish with an SVO Ultra Metallic will cost you £14,285, while switching the bottom shade to an SVO Special Effect paint increases that figure to £15,935… both figures as much as some small cars cost on their own, in their entirety.

The available colour splits on the LWB are as follows:

• Santorini Black over Aruba

• Santorini Black over Eiger Grey

• Santorini Black over Rossello Red

• Santorini Black over Yulong White

• Santorini Black over Portofino Blue

• Aruba over Silicon Silver

• Eiger Grey over Carpathian Grey

• Santorini Black over SVO Ultra Metallic colour (12 available)

• Santorini Black over SVO Special Effect colour (5 available)

Interior

Every model of Range Rover comes with leather upholstery as standard. This is perforated Windsor leather on the Vogue, Westminster and Westminster Black models, upgrading to perforated semi-aniline leather on the Vogue SE and Autobiography specifications, and finally culminating in quilted, perforated semi-aniline hide on the SVAutobiography Dynamic, SVAutobiography Dynamic Black and SVAutobiography LWB versions. There is no option to upgrade to any of the leathers for a cost (i.e., to have a Westminster with semi-aniline leather) and only the SVAutobiography LWB has a further interior finish available to it – which is quilted Poltrona Frau leather, for £4480.

As standard, the Vogue, Westminster, Westminster Black, Vogue SE and Autobiography models get Ebony black leather seats with Ebony door cards/centre console and a light-coloured Ivory headlining. The SVAutobiography Dynamic and SV Autobiography Dynamic Black have an all-Ebony interior, with red Pimento contrast stitching, while the SVAutobiography LWB comes with the same Ebony interior as the first 5 models, only with a dark Ebony headlining to match.

From there, you can then choose from various combinations of cream, silver, brown, red and even blue leather if you don’t fancy black, with these finishes available for the seats, the dashboard/door cards/centre console and the headlining respectively. None of the alternatives cost any extra money, so it will be purely down to personal taste if you opt for one of them. The names of these colours are Ebony, Ivory, Cirrus, Almond, Espresso, Navy, Pimento, Vintage Tan and Brogue. The last of these colours is reserved solely for use inside the SVAutobiography LWB model.