New Range Rover SV Coupe teased ahead of Geneva debut

Steve Phelps
January 25, 2018

It's a "celebration of the Range Rover bloodline", that two-door body pointing back to the original 1970 Range Rover's two-door body.

Land Rover's Range Rover subbrand will get a new flagship to boost its upscale ambitions.

Land Rover on Wednesday announced that the Limited Edition Range Rover SV Coupe will make its worldwide debut at the Geneva global Motor Show - scheduled to be held between March 8 and 18.

The Range Rover SV Coupe will make its world debut at the upcoming Geneva Motor Show this March.

The single teaser images of the Range Rover SV Coupe reveals the interior's four-seat layout which shows the front and rear seats are outfitted in multiple-coloured leather.

John Edwards, Land Rover Special Operations Managing Director, said, "Land Rover created the luxury SUV sector with Range Rover nearly 50 years ago".

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The new vehicle will come with two doors, just as the 1970s version of the Range Rover.

The SUV's wood-finished transmission tunnel extends from the bottom of the centre console to the rear, covering the space where a middle seat would be, and houses a pair of storage compartments and leather armrest. Unfortunately, we have no exterior shots.

The SV Coupe will be a limited production vehicle and just 999 examples of the auto will be made, we suspect that it could come with a high price tag.

Prices for the new auto should cost in the region of around £250,000 for the premium limited edition vehicle.

Expect availability, pricing and more details to be revealed when the SV Coupe is revealed to the press and customers in an invitation-only "client commissioning" event in Paris on February 21.

In a statement, Land Rover's head of design, Gerry McGovern, said the Range Rover would have "peerless refinement and breathtaking exterior proportions".

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