Published: Thu, January 25, 2018
Sci-tech | By Jackie Newman

Door Range Rover Is Making A Comeback

Door Range Rover Is Making A Comeback

Land Rover will kick-off its 70th anniversary celebrations with the launch of the Range Rover SV Coupe.

Stepping inside, it appears that the Range Rover SV Coupe will be a comfy place to be in.

The Range Rover SV Coupe will also have a distinctive interior bisected by a wood-paneled console, with diamond-quilted white leather seats up front and black leather seats in the back.

The coolest examples of the Range Rover Classic will always be those with two doors. The preview image suggests buyers can spec front and rear seats in different-coloured leather trims. The transmission tunnel is finished in attractive wood, while the distinction between the front and rear seats has been made clear with some clever colouring on the seats.

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Called the Range Rover SV Coupé, the new auto will be manufactured by Land Rover's SVO - Special Vehicle Operations - department in Warwickshire.

No exterior teasers have been released yet, but we'd expect the auto to stick close to the regular Range Rover's boxy silhouette - to provide decent headroom for passengers in those cossetting rear seats. This is just the interior, but you'll see the full thing at the Geneva Motor Show in March. Each will be hand-built at the SV Technical Centre in Warwickshire, and sold for a pricetag that'll no doubt be best described as reassuringly expensive.

While exterior images of the new SUV won't be released until the unveiling, Land Rover describes the body design as "seductive" with "breathtaking exterior proportions" and an interior that is "sumptuous, supremely refined (and) beautifully appointed".

The auto will be unveiled on 6 March 2018 at the Swiss motor show.

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