Netherlands tuner turns Range Rover SV into Adventum Coupé
The Range Rover SV Coupé Concept that Jaguar Land Rover brought to the 2018 Geneva Motor Show garnered much attention and praise, prompting the company to announce a limited production run of 999 units. Unfortunately, the practical two-door coupe/crossover never reached the market due to unexplained reasons, so Netherlands-based tuner Niels van Roij Design had to take matters into its own hands.
The Adventum Coupé you see here is a one-off vehicle built against a custom order, but the company will make more if it gets more requests. The main difference from the regular Range Rover SV is a new body design by Bas van Roomen. The hood, the trunk and the front fenders stay stock, but that is about all – and of course, you can ask to have those customized, too.
The same applies to the interior, where the company uses a combination of leather with natural wood and engraved metal inserts. The 5.0-liter supercharged V8 stays stock, though.
The Adventum Coupé starts from €321 000 with the taxes already included, and the minimum shipment term is six months.
Editor Andrew Raspopov