Aftermarket Range Rover Sport “Coupe” Promised for December

AJP Design Range Rover RS Sport Coupe 4 photos
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AJP Design Range Rover RS Sport CoupeAJP Design Range Rover RS Sport CoupeAJP Design Range Rover RS Sport Coupe
Back in January a British aftermarket developer called Bulgari Design came up with a project for a “Coupe” version of the Range Rover Sport. The company issued a press release, as well as a set of renderings, but we haven’t heard from them since. Until now, that is.
We recently received a fresh set of renderings that look exactly the same, being accompanied by new details - this time, the announcement comes from a company dubbed AJP Design, who promises the two-door RRS is set to reach certain Land Rover dealerships in December this year. Bulgari Design also stated their project would be offered through official Land Rover dealers, but we have no official confirmation of this. Moreover, AJP Design claims the new development has been launched "in response to the amazing success of the Sport Coupe".

The story looks like those sci-fi supercar releases coming from start-up companies, announcement that, in most cases, never become a reality. For instance, the new set of rendering shows a different color (they’ve gone from White to Red), as well a fresh set of rims - we’ll remind you the coupe-ization job is accompanied by a custom body kit and, judging by the price you’ll see below, probably by a host of custom interior moves.

As for the idea itself, while a three-door Range Rover Sport seems ridiculous, we have to admit this would be some sort of a nod to the form of the original Range Rover. We’re not fans of the idea, but this does look like something that would have serious appeal in the world of those who fancy peacocking - as we’ve seen thanks to the aftermarket wheel offers for Range Rovers, there are quite a few of these people.

Just like before, the... ghostly aftermarket developer talks about offering the Range Rover Coupe with either the supercharged 510 hp V8 or the 292 PS 3.0-liter SDV6 diesel.

There’s no new info on an envisioned pricing, but, back in January, we were told to expect something around GBP150,000 (EUR180,000 or USD247,000) for the conversion.

Those behind the project may simply be testing the market here, so we’ll have to wait and see if their idea will make it to the street.
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