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June 07, 2019 1 min read

As a unique perk for Virgin Galactic passengers, who are signed up to travel in their first commercial flight to outer space, will also have the opportunity to purchase a special Astronaut Edition Range Rover. 

This specially produced vehicle will also incorporate a piece of the ship that took the owner to space. 

"The Astronaut Edition Range Rover features distinctive design elements to celebrate Virgin Galactic’s community of Future Astronauts and the once in a lifetime trip they will take."

For a more in-depth breakdown, the Chief Design Officer at Land Rover - Gerry McGovern had this to say: “The Astronaut Edition Range Rover is the next step on this journey and the chance for the Future Astronaut Community to celebrate our two brands’ shared values of pioneering spirit and true sense of adventure. This vehicle really will take them above and beyond.”

 


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