Land Rover has confirmed that SV-Coupe with limited speeds will not be released yet
It's going to be the ultimate Range Rover. The fastest version of the Land Rover luxobarge in full size, the best and most expensive. But that was not it.
The two-door Range Rover SV coupe was unveiled last year and got a 999 green light, but now the Land Rover has confirmed that the car has been canceled.
The statement states:
"We have made a difficult decision to inform our customers that the Range Rover SV Coupé will not continue with the production. Instead, Land Rover focuses its resources and investment on the next generation of world class products.
JLR will try to cut costs of £ 2.5 billion over the next 18 months, including a loss of 4500 jobs. It seems that the SV Coupe is another victim of this program.
The SV Coupe of 240,000 pounds would not be the most timid thing. Each of them was manually crafted at the JLR Special Vehicle Center in Warwickshire, and some of the bodies were shared with the regular Range Rover – only the cover and tailgate cargo were transported.
The plan was to launch a 5.0-liter V8 engine of 557 hp underneath the lid, which means it would still work 0-62mph in five seconds dead and top out at 165mph, despite the heavy weight figure.
No doubt this would be a wonderful thing on many levels, so her death is a big shame.