Just yesterday, it emerged that Jaguar Land Rover was preparing to release more Special Vehicle Operations vehicles in the near future including a Land Rover Defender SVR. Now spy shots have emerged of a unique Range Rover long-wheelbase prototype undergoing preliminary testing in what could be SVR guise.
The key area which had led the automotive world to believe this is a new Range Rover LWB SVR test mule is the fact that it features a quad exhaust pipe setup similar to the existing Range Rover Sport SVR revealed a couple of months ago.
Elsewhere, this prototype features some light camouflage on the tailgate, rear bumper, front and rear quarter panels as well as along the doors.
While the true identity of this prototype cannot be really determined, if it is indeed an SVR tester then there’s a high probability it is fitted with the same engine as the Range Rover Sport SVR. That would mean a potent supercharged 5.0-litre V8 engine delivering a potent 542 hp as well as 502 lb-ft of torque which helps it accelerate to 100 km/h from a standstill in the mid 4-second range.
[Via Top Speed]