Range Rover SV Coupe Interior Teased Ahead Of Geneva Debut

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Ahead of its formal launch in Geneva Motor Show, Land Rover has unveiled official teaser of the new 2018 Range Rover SV Coupe, showing its luxurious cabin.

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

Range Rover has confirmed reports that it will build a limited-edition, ultra-luxury two-door version of its Range Rover SUV, following repeated sightings of such a vehicle being cold-weather tested in disguise.

The brand says the new model has been created to pay homage to the original Range Rover, which was launched as a two-door only. The transmission tunnel is finished in handsome 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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Right now, though, we'll have to take Jaguar Land Rover's word for it that the exterior is sufficiently striking to make those promises accurate. Stay tuned to DriveSpark as we bring you full coverage of the upcoming 2018 Geneva Motor Show.

This big, luxury two-door SUV will be built at LR's SV Technical Centre in Warwickshire, with production limited to just 999 models.

Land Rover's Range Rover is about to receive the coupe treatment.

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". Being previewed ahead of its full reveal at the 2018 Geneva International Motor Show, the auto promises to epitomize both the origins of Land Rover seven decades ago, and its positioning as a tech-savvy brand today.

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