2018 Range Rover SV Coupe price, specs and release date

January 25, 2018 by

Land Rover will unveil a limited-edition three-door version of the Range Rover in Geneva, these interior pics give a hint of what’s to come

  • Two-door, four-seat version of the Range Rover
  • Only 999 will be made
  • And they’ll have a huge price tag
  • Full details will be revealed at the Geneva Motor Show in March

Land Rover will reveal a limited-edition two-door coupe version of the Range Rover at the Geneva Motor Show in March. Details are thin on the ground, but only 999 examples of the four-seater will be built, and they’ll be hand assembled by the brand’s Special Vehicle Operations – the department responsible for bespoke vehicles such as the Defender in the James Bond film, Spectre.

The Range Stormer concept from 2004 shows what the two-door SV Coupe could look like


The main, top-down image confirms that the SV Coupe will only have two doors, harking back to the original Range Rover released in 1970. It has four seats and a wood-trimmed centre console that runs the length of the cabin, complete with leather armrests for front and rear passengers.

As well as the usual mega-comfy leather seats, the SV Coupe’s cabin has a digital display for the driver instead of traditional dials, and the adjustable central infotainment screen from the Velar. You’ll be able to adjust the climate controls using a third lower screen, and rear passengers will have their own climate controls.

There’s a huge range of personalisation options for the SV Coupe’s interior, including the two-tone front and rear seats shown in the photo above. Wooden trims for the centre console and steering wheel will also be available, and there’s a chance you’ll have the choice of leather-free, animal-friendly Kvadrat textile upholstery.

This offical image shows the SV Coupe’s two-door, four-seat interior

Driving and engines

There’s no official word on engines, but considering how rare the SV Coupe will be it’ll likely only be offered with a powerful petrol V8 engine with around 550hp. It’ll likely give you a sportier driving experience than the regular Range Rover, and will have some of the Range Rover SVR’s suspension technology to give it sharper handling to back up its looks.

Price and release date

The Range Rover SV Coupe will be revealed at the Geneva Motor Show on 6 March 2018, and production will be limited to 999 cars. Expect it to cost from £160,000.