It is priced at $171,990, including a $995 destination charge.
In comparison, the base 2017 Range Rover starts at $86,645, reflecting a $700 price increase over the base 2016 model. The price includes destination fees.
The new model is only available in the standard wheelbase specification.
Details include a revised suspension with a slightly lower ride height, unique exterior features in Graphite Atlas and 20-way adjustable front seats.
The SVAutobiography Dynamic is equipped with a 550-horsepower supercharged V8 engine linked to an eight-speed automatic transmission.
The base 2017 Range Rover enters the new model year with additional driver-assist technologies.
They include Advanced Tow Assist, which makes it easier to reverse a trailer, and Intelligent Speed Limiter, which automatically adjusts the vehicle's speed to match the speed limit in the vehicle's Traffic Sign Recognition technology.
Other additions are a Driver Condition Monitor and blind-spot assist.
The cabin of the 2017 Range Rover adds a new 10.2-inch touchscreen display.
Edmunds says: SUV shoppers with deep pockets have another good reason to make a detour to their local Land Rover showroom.