So far I've featured a Bentley and Rolls-Royce, but both are way beyond any measure of practicality. The Range Rover, on the other hand, is less than $100,000 and doesn't ooze attention. Maybe I have synesthesia, but ever since Miami Vice with Jamie Foxx and Colin Farrell, I see all Range Rovers in white (or how much better they'd look if they were white). For some reason, Land Rover released awful pictures of the 2010 Range Rover so I had to pull pictures of its cheaper brother, the Range Rover Sport. The Range Rover starts at $80,000 (as opposed to $60,000 for the Range Rover Sport) and is a beautiful yet heavy duty vehicle for everything from driving around Beverly Hills to serious off-road adventures. Although the exterior differences between the Range Rover and Range Rover Sport are minimal, the luxury premium of getting the Range Rover is enough that I didn't want to add interior photos of the Sport, but check out the interior of both on the Land Rover website. Complete with headrests that fold to cradle your head and televisions in the seats. With a luxurious interior and enough room to fit everyone, the Range Rover is a great choice.