Priced at nearly £80,000, the Victoria Beckham Range Rover Evoque special edition took 18 months to design the car, which Beckham described as ‘timeless and classic’.
Inspired by yachts, luxury jets and classic cars, the Victoria Beckham Range Rover Evoque special edition is based on the three-door ‘baby’ Range Rover but comes with just four seats for the first time.
The new special edition includes hand-finished matte grey paint with 20″ gloss black alloy wheels and rose-gold details on the wheels, grille and bumper.
Inside, the rose-gold again makes an appearance on the instrument panel and stitching. The seats themselves are covered by Vintage Tan leather and the leather is also used for the door inserts, arm rests and central storage box lid.
The car also includes a huge amount of equipment including a top-of-the-range Meridian sound system, digital and satellite television, DVD player, DAB digital radio and a surround camera system.
The 200 owners of the car will also get a leather wallet signed by Victoria Beckham as part of the exclusivity of the first ever special edition Range Rover Evoque.
The Victoria Beckham Range Rover Evoque special edition uses the 240hp, 2.0-litre petrol engine which delivers CO2 emissions of 199g/km and returns 32.5mpg on the combined cycle.
Victoria Beckham said, “I am very excited to be working with Land Rover as I have an enormous amount of respect for the brand. I’ve always driven a Range Rover; for me they are the epitome of quality and luxury.”
The Range Rover Evoque by Victoria Beckham will go on sale in China first before it arrives in UK Land Rover showrooms. However, with just 200 available, sales will be extremely limited in the UK.