Spotted undergoing cold-weather testing is this Range Rover SV Coupe mule, and as seen above, we also have a glimpse into the forthcoming model’s interior layout. Despite the camouflaged exterior which appears to wear rear door handles, a closer look at the interior teaser shows that there are no door release handles, and therefore, no rear doors.

The dashboard architecture and indeed the front half of the cabin appears similar to the existing four-door Range Rover’s, though here the centre console remains at the same height and continues through the rear of the cabin, flanked by individual rear seats.

This will be the first full-sized coupe from the marque, and will be built by its Special Vehicle Operations (SVO) department. This isn’t the first two-door Range Rover, however; the first-generation model came as a two-door in the ’70s. When it makes its debut, the two-door Range Rover is tipped to be limited to 999 units, and has been confirmed for unveiling at this year’s Geneva Motor Show.

That the SV Coupe will be the responsibility of the SVO department suggests the new model will be positioned at the top of the Range Rover pecking order, placing it above the SVAutobiography Dynamic. As such, powertrain should be of the supercharged petrol V8 variety, which produces 550 PS and 680 Nm of torque when commissioned for the hitherto range-topper.

Pricing has yet to be confirmed, though its top-of-the-tree positioning could see the SV Coupe priced at £200,000 (RM1,110,989) or more, said Autocar. The SV Coupe will be the only two-door luxury SUV in the market, pitched against the likes of the Lamborghini Urus, Bentley Bentayga and the upcoming Rolls-Royce Cullinan.