Range Rover SV Coupe Wins 2018 Interior Design Award

Range Rover SV Coupe interior scoops ‘best of 2018’ award

Range Rover SV Coupe Wins 2018 Interior Design Award

The exclusive Range Rover SV Coupe went home a winner from the recent Interior Design 2018 Best of Year Awards.

Held for the past 13 years, the ceremony saw Interior Design magazine dish out prizes in a wide range of categories. From flooring and rug patterns, to even large-scale architecture projects, the awards cover a staggeringly wide array of topics.

This year saw automotive categories held for only the second time, and the limited edition Range Rover SV Coupe took the prize in the ‘Automotive: Overall Design’ class.

High rollers

Range Rover SV Coupe Wins 2018 Interior Design Award

According to Cindy Allen, Editor-in-Chief of Interior Design magazine, the automotive categories are important as ”good design moves both of our industries forward.”

With a design that pays tribute to the original two-door Range Rover, the modern SV Coupe retains the signature floating roof and tapered tail. Unlike the 1970 model, the SV wears gigantic 23-inch wheels – the biggest ever fitted to a Range Rover.

Range Rover SVCoupe interior

Such bling clearly impressed the judges at Interior Design, along with the contrasting interior trim options for the front and rear seats. Buyers can also specify a wealth of wood veneer options, plus bespoke badging and exterior paintwork.

Super luxury creation

Range Rover SV Coupe Wins 2018 Interior Design Award

Land Rover believes the SV Coupe is more analogous to a yacht or private jet in terms of interior accommodation. We imagine most of the 999 buyers for the big two-door creation already have boats and planes amongst their playthings.

Indeed, with a starting price tag of £250,000 ($295,000), the SV Coupe is certainly an exclusive offering.

Along with the knowledge that their SV Coupe is an award winner, buyers also have the satisfaction of owning the fastest full-size Range Rover. A top speed of 165mph is matched with a 0-60mph sprint in 5.0 seconds.

Range Rover SVCoupe interior

Honoree recognition went to the new Volvo XC40, and Infiniti QX50, making the Overall Design category an all-SUV affair.

Volvo did however win the prize in the Automotive: Innovation category, courtesy of the futuristic 360c concept, unveiled earlier this year.  

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