The top-down view of the interior that Land Rover released today shows a typically sumptuous Range Rover interior with a unique split color scheme for front and rear passengers and more quilted leather and lovely wood than you can shake a stick at.
Just one image of the new vehicle has been revealed, an overhead shot of the interior, giving us a glimpse of a two-tone leather setup that we might see when the auto is officially unveiled at the Geneva motor show in March.
Back last July we drove the prototype of the Range Rover from 1969, which was badged Velar at the time, because it was best name that engineers could think of that used the Land Rover letters that were available in the parts bin. The new Range Rover SV Coupe is also the world's first full-size luxurySUV coupe and it features a bold body design and oozes premiumness to the interior. "Unveiling this special vehicle at Geneva International Motor Show in March, during Land Rover's 70th Anniversary year, will be a defining moment for Land Rover, the Range Rover portfolio and Special Vehicle Operations".
Land Rover Design and Special Vehicle Operations have created the Range Rover SV Coupé, which will be hand-assembled at the SV Technical Centre in Ryton-on-Dunsmore in Warwickshire, UK. We can't wait to see it in the flesh, either.
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