Land Rover dealers will be able to offer a long wheelbase version of the Range Rover in time for the March plate change next year.
The new model gets 140mm of extra leg room on top of the overall stretch of 120mm and dealers will be positioning the model against luxury long wheelbase rivals like the Audi A8, Mercedes-Benz S-Class and the Jaguar XJ.
Customers can choose either a three-seater rear bench seat, or individual reclining chairs. Powered sun blinds and a panoramic glass roof are equipped as standard.
The long wheelbase version also features high-end interior materials which are not available on the standard Range Rover, including luxury grade leather upholstery and trim pieces.
Prices for the Range Rover L have not been confirmed, but are expected to be around £140,000.