The Rover Company was experimenting with off road vehicle since the 1950s. The Range Rover, tough, was only launched in the 1970s and named at the Musée du Louvre in Paris “an exemplary work of industrial design”. Quickly Range Rover assumed the reputation of the ultimate vehicle for landed aristocracy. Carbon Motors took its own view on the interior of this already classy vehicle. Starting with custom design sketch, Carbon Motor’s team changed totally the cabin’s looks.
The interior is now a combination of leather in teak brown and black. There is decorative brown stitching to underline the strong character of the vehicle. All interior trim elements are carbon coated and varnished with scratch resistant cover. The headliner and pillars are in black Alcantara and again in decorative stitching. Last but not least, the cup holder is also carbon-fiberized.
The body kit of the presented Range Rover is produced by Onyx Concept, UK.