The long wheelbase Range Rover was introduced in 1992. Eight inches longer than standard, the LSE gave the vehicle more limousine-like characteristics. Leather trim, alloy wheels, PAS, ABS and side airbags were all standard. Electronically-controlled air suspension and electronic traction control were world firsts for a 4x4.
The V8 engine still powered the car but in 4.2 form, and it became the fastest accelerating Range Rover to come out of the Solihull factory.
This Vogue LSE, originally registered with the Royal mark NLT 9, was was the personal car of the late Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth, The Queen Mother. It incorporates a number of special features, including the running boards, and is finished in Ardennes green.