While this Range Rover SV Convertible is just a rendering, the British automaker has experimented with roofless SUVs before, resulting in the drop-top Evoque.
Visit most official Land Rover websites and you’ll see that the Evoque Convertible is still there, being sold, despite not receiving the most favorable reviews from the Press. Still, it’s the “world’s first luxury compact SUV convertible,” as stated by Land Rober, and being first into a new niche might count for a lot when dealing with premium products.
So what if the same recipe were to be applied to the bigger Range Rover? Is a convertible version that much more unlikely than a coupe? The latter is already here, albeit as a limited edition, so what’s stopping Land Rover from cutting its roof off and one-upping the new SV Coupe’s £240,000 ($333,000) price tag?
Well, we guess it depends on how many customers would be interested in such a model. If a sufficient number expressed their intention to buy one, we guess the end-product would probably look a lot like this render. It mustn’t have been that hard for Aksyonov Nikita, who took the SV Coupe and just deleted the roof.
However, we’re not sure if a 565 PS open-top SUV would be such a good idea. What say you, is the prospect of a Range Rover SV Convertible cringe-worthy or intriguing?