Based on the mid-range R-Sport model, the newcomer is set apart by model-specific 18-inch alloy wheels and sporty bumpers, along with gloss black mirrors and window trims.
Inside, the Landmark boasts the R-Sport’s leather upholstery, but Landmark-branded treadplates mark out the special edition. Standard equipment includes a 10-inch central touchscreen with satellite navigation, as well as xenon headlights and parking sensors front and rear.
Customers will be allowed to choose from a range of four-cylinder turbocharged engines. The only petrol options are the 197bhp and 247bhp units with automatic transmissions, while those opting for diesel power get a choice of 178bhp and 237bhp units. The less powerful engine is available with manual or automatic transmissions, and optional four-wheel drive, but the 237bhp engine is only offered in four-wheel-drive automatic guise.
The 197bhp petrol version is the cheapest variant, priced at £36,955, but the range-topping diesel can easily reach £50,000 with a few options on board.
Just three colours are available for the Landmark Edition, with Firenze Red, Yulong White and Santorini Black all being offered as no-cost options.