2018 Range Rover SV Coupe

Mar 6, 2018

Category: Rides

Here’s something you don’t see every day. A brand specializing in off-road vehicles releasing – of all things – a coupe. On the surface, this sounds like a gimmick of some sort, but upon closer inspection, it’s clear Range Rover exceeded expectations at this year’s Geneva Auto Show with their 2018 SV Coupe.

In short, this is an exclusive release (meaning only 999 examples will ever be produced) based on their four-door SUV. Except, Range Rover has removed the two rear passenger doors in true coupe fashion. On top of all that, the new release is also the brand’s fastest Range Rover to date – thanks in part to a 5.0-liter supercharged 557hp V8 engine that hits 60 mph in just five seconds and tops out at 165 mph. They’re calling it the world’s first full-size luxury SUV coupe, and with a price tag starting at $295,000, we’d say they’ve definitely committed to the “luxury” aspect of that phrase.

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