Land Rover is offering an exclusively designed Range Rover Evoque Special Edition created though a collaboration between Land Rover Design, led by Gerry McGovern, and Victoria Beckham.
The Special Edition will be built at Halewood manufacturing facility in Liverpool and hand-finished by Land Rover’s “Engineered To Order” division (ETO). The new design includes a hand-finished matte grey paint, with contrasting gloss black finishes on the roof, side, hood vents, wheel arches and wheels.
Secondly, it uses rose-gold accents on the 20inch gloss black forged alloy wheels, badging and grille surround. As with the exterior, there has been application of rose-gold to the interior, on the center console rotary controls and Rotary Shifter.
Inside the cabin, there are four sport design seats finished in a semi-aniline Vintage Tan leather – with a hand-finished ‘baseball’ stitch detail, chosen by Victoria as a tongue-in-cheek reference to her sporting husband David Beckham. The same leather is also used to cover the door inserts, armrests and central storage box lid. There is a soft feel black finish on the switchgear, a piano black center console, dark textured machined aluminum, mohair mats and micro-suede headlining.
The cargo area is trimmed in the same materials and offer space to an exclusive four-piece leather luggage set lined in the same micro suede as the roof lining.
A hand stitched leather portfolio with rose-gold detailing contains a guide to the exclusive features of the car, and is co-branded Range Rover Evoque and signed by Victoria Beckham.
The vehicle is a four-seat coupe, powered by the lightweight, all-aluminum 240hp 2.0 liter gasoline engine and features four-wheel drive.
The Range Rover Evoque Special Edition with Victoria Beckham is limited to a maximum of 200 vehicles to be sold worldwide. Five will come to the US market. Pricing has not been released.