Alongside the Sport was a proper Range Rover. This one is a Vogue SE SDV8 (diesel V8), worth upwards of £85,000. Most of the interior (well, most of the car) is shared with the RR-Sport, but somehow you knew that you were in something slightly classier. It was marginally roomier, but I don't think you'd really notice if you bought a Sport. It was supremely comfortable, again feeling like a big Jaguar rather than a mountain goat with some creature comforts thrown in.
I managed to find only one cheap-feeling piece of plastic, and it was the inside of the storage bin lid. The buttons are all satisfying to press, especially pushing the Terrain Response dial downwards into the dash, which was sort of like pressing coffee. Doing this puts the system into Auto, and while you have to apply more pressure than with a normal button, it feels so smooth, like you're pushing it into caramel. It's details like this that can add a premium feel to a car, and they're abundant in here, such as the double sun visor and the glovebox that's opened by a button. I like it. #LandRoverInteriors