Three-door Range Rover will go into small series thanks to the British studio

Three-door Range Rover will go into small series thanks to the British studio

March 20, 2019 0 By autotimesnews

Studio Niels van Roij Design will release 100 copies of the ultra-luxury Adventum Coupe

London-based design studio Niels van Roij Design began assembling the first instance of a three-door Range Rover. It will become part of a limited edition of 100 cars, inspired by the original first-generation SUV and the ultra-luxury Range Rover SV Coupe, which did not go into production.

From the usual Range Rover three-door Adventum Coupe will be different redesigned body with an offset central pillar. The company says that all the necessary panels are made of aluminum, and their finishing will be done manually. Judging by the renders, the SUV will also have another grille and decorative elements in the style of the Range Rover SV Coupe with Niels van Roij Design nameplates.

Niels van Roij Design is already known for reworking the Tesla Model S into a shooting break, as well as its intention to cast in the spirit of a Ferrari 250 GT SWB Breadvan.

But the studio will pay most attention to the salon. The customer was given the freedom to choose materials and colors, as well as drawings, stitching and embroidery. The decoration will be used leather, natural wood, metals, tweed and any exotic materials that are not usually found in cars. Each Adventum Coupe will take six months to build. The price of an SUV starts at £ 275,000–375,000 and depends on the choice of base car.

The Niels van Roij Design project was a response to the Land Rover’s rejection of the production of the Range Rover SV Coupe. Three-door SUV presented at last year’s Geneva Motor Show and planned to release a limited edition of 999 copies at a price of 240,000 pounds sterling each. However, later, due to record losses and reduced demand for luxury cars in China, the company decided not to launch the SV Coupe in the series.