The Range Rover SV Coupe has been axed before a single example has been delivered, Land Rover has confirmed.
The ultra-exclusive two-door version of the Range Rover was the star of the Land Rover stand at last year’s Geneva Motor Show. It was to be made by Jaguar Land Rover’s Special Vehicle Operations division in Coventry and production was planned to be capped at 999 units.
However, less than 12 months after that global debut, Land Rover has admitted to Auto Express that the vehicle will not be built after all. A source insisted that the decision is not related to demand – although Land Rover has declined to reveal how many of the 999 potential order slots were filled.