Land Rover is bringing a new Range Rover coupe to Geneva

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The company's design boss, Gerry McGovern, said: 'The Range Rover SV Coupe is a highly compelling design with peerless refinement and uncompromised sophistication from its breathtaking exterior proportions to its sumptuous, beautifully appointed, interior.

You'll have to wait for a white to check out the full range of images and specification details which would be revealed at Land Rover's official website on March 06, 2018.

What will it look like on the outside?

Arriving in the 70th year of Land Rover, the model pays homage to the original two-door Range Rover from 1970 (pictured below).

Land Rover Design and Special Vehicle Operations have created the Range Rover SV Coupé, which will be hand-assembled at the SV Technical Centre in Ryton-on-Dunsmore in Warwickshire, UK.

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Back last July we drove the prototype of the Range Rover from 1969, which was badged Velar at the time, because it was best name that engineers could think of that used the Land Rover letters that were available in the parts bin.

Beyond the interior, Range Rover hasn't provided any hints as to what the auto will look like, but spy pictures have suggested the SV Coupe will have a shorter body, lower (and more aggressively raked) roofline and, obviously, fewer doors than the regular Rangie.

Land Rover will probably start selling the Coupe by the end of this year, promising to offer its customers "an alluring combination of peerless luxury and rarity". We'll have to wait until the Geneva Motor Show in March for the unveiling of the auto - one of the highlights of Land Rover's 70th anniversary year.

Jaguar Land Rover hasn't released pricing or an on-sale date, unsurprisingly, but we're absolutely floored to see the return of a two-door Rangie and can not wait to get our grubby, peasant hands all over it in Geneva.

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