The Range Rover SV Coupe has been shown officially by Land Rover at the Geneva Motor Show this year. The SUV is reportedly being tested at Nurburgring in a heavily camouflaged avatar. The test vehicle has a right hand drive configuration and uniquely designed alloy wheels. The Range Rover SV will be assembled at the SVO headquarters located at Coventry in the United Kingdom as per reports and there will be 23-inch alloy wheels as an option for the first time. This will be the first full-sized luxury coupe across the globe as well.
Just 999 units will be produced by Land Rover worldwide. The company is expected to launch the Range Rover SV Coupe towards the end of 2018. The prices should start from around $295, 995 or upwards of Rs. 2 crore as per estimates. There will be a supercharged 5.0 litre V8 petrol mill that dishes out 557 BHP.
The Range Rover SV Coupe will hit 100 kmph in only 5 seconds and the top speed of the car will be 265 kilometres per hour. The suspension setup has been lowered for the Range Rover SV Coupe by around 8 mm. There is permanent 4WD for the SUV in addition to a two-speed transfer box and active locking rear differential. Maximum wading depth stands at 900 mm while the highest towing capacity is 3.5 tonnes.