Range Rover made waves at the Geneva Motor Show by debuting its brand-new SV Coupe. The vehicle is an ideal fusion of top-of-the-line engineering and premium detailing, all rolled into the world’s first-ever two-door luxury SUV.
Offering a host of Land Rover’s signature detailing — like a floating roof and continuous waist design — the Coupe also boasts exclusive details like optional 23-inch wheels, a first for Range Rover. Furthermore, customers can choose from a range of extra details, like over 100 exterior or interior paint colors, contrast stitching, headrest embroidery and tread plate engraving. Along with the cosmetic details, the SV Coupe features a 5 second 0-to-60 and a 165 mph top speed, making it the fastest-ever full-size Range Rover.
Expect the Range Rover SV Coupe to release late this year for $333,000 USD. Meanwhile, Mahindra teased a more affordable, rugged vehicle: a Detroit-made 4×4.