Range Rover SV Coupe outed

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The vehicle is a nod to the first Range Rover from 1970, which launched as a two-door model, and is being made to help celebrate the company's 70th anniversary.

Called the Range Rover SV Coupe, it will take inspiration from the design of the original Range Rover as well as combining the newer design ethos of the current line-up. Now, Land Rover has released the first teaser photo of the upcoming Range Rover SV Coupe, showing off it's posh interior.

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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 spy shots of the vehicle reportedly showed that the exterior design will stick closely to the four-door with an extended pair of front doors, and a familiar boxy profile. The big exterior reveal will have to wait for the Geneva show in early March.

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Apart from the cabin, Land Rover has not revealed any other information on the Range Rover SV Coupe. In 1970, the Range Rover was revealed at the Louvre, but for the 70th things are a little more restrained with an official unveiling scheduled for Geneva on March 6th. So far, there are still no details as to what engine and powertrain options will be made available on the two-door Range Rover.

"This is a vehicle that will resonate on an emotional level", he promised. Expect a hand-assembled interior that'll feature four huge leather seats, handstitched quilted fabrics and a wood finished centre console that'll stretch from the front to the rear of the auto. 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.

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