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But then there's the feel and look of it. When in 2004 Land Rover launched the RRSport I couldn't believe my eyes. It was beautiful in a pronounced, here I am, kind of way. It had presence, style, and ruggedness all wrapped in to one 20 inch wheeled package. And who cares if you see three parked on every street corner? It's a great looking car that'll enhance just about anything it's parked in front and refuses to look out of place wherever it goes. From in front of the Queens Castle to a Hollywood film premiere, the Chameleon Rangy never looks out of it's element. And let's not forget the way it makes it's occupants feel... Don't let this come off pretentious, but driving the Range Rover today made me feel invincible. Like everything else on the road was a mere ant. Unimportant, and surely undeserving of any on road respect or politeness. It just does it to you, and since it's an unavoidable feeling, you might as well submerge in it and bask in it's snobby goodness. I assume driving a Roller makes you feel that exact same way, but since I've never had the opportunity to drive one, I guess I'll just stick to a sub half a million dollar price tag Range. Preferably one that stands out. A Vesuvius Orange Range on black 20-inch V-Spoke wheels with a banana yellow interior.