The Adventum Coupe a.k.a. 3-Door Range Rover hits production
London-based Niels van Roij Design has announced the forthcoming production launch of the Adventum Coupe, an extensive Range Rover conversion with only three doors.
The missing rear doors aren’t the only difference; in fact, only the hood, the trunk and the fender flares remain stock, while the rest of the body is replaced.
The first production sample of the Adventum Coupe (shown here) sports an Arctic White paintjob and an interior draped in red Nappa leather. Teakwood lines up the floors, reminding the owner about marine yachts, and the seams are painted red for contrast. Customers may specify their own colors for the main leather trim, the stitching, the embossed ornaments, the embroidery, etc. Lifting the tailgate reveals two umbrellas with leather handles.
The SUV still uses the donor vehicle’s five-liter, supercharged V8 rated at 525 hp (391 kW) and 625 Nm (461 lb-ft) of torque.
The Adventum Coupe will emerge in a series of 100 units priced starting from €270,000 each. The average waiting time will amount to six months.
A couple years ago, Land Rover unveiled the Range Rover SV Coupe Concept in Geneva, originally planning a production run of 999 such cars starting from £240,000. The project halted when popularity of luxury cars fell in China and the company faced substantial losses.
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