The latest Range Rover is lighter and more fuel-efficient than before, but it’s still a heavyweight tow car. We’re testing the high-spec Autobiography version powered by a 4.4-litre V8 diesel engine. With a 2.4-tonne kerbweight, huge reserves of pulling power and a well-appointed cabin, it should be one of the finest luxury SUVs you can buy.

We want to see if the Range Rover can justify its near-£100,000 price tag. To do so, it needs to deliver exemplary towing, with top-notch stability and swift performance. It must also prove its credentials as a luxury car, with plenty of space, a comfortable ride and a very quiet cabin at speed. Read on for the full Practical Caravan Range Rover SDV8 Autobiography review to find out more.