German tuner Atelier Valdeig and Russian bespoke builder Armortech-Motors Group have collaborated to create an ultra-luxury sports utility vehicle concept based on the platform that underpins the Audi Q7, the VW Touareg, and the Porsche Cayenne. The collaboration has named the concept Tresor, a word which means “treasure” in French and “safe” in German. The name seems to perfectly fit the project, which aims to build an SUV that offers high standards of both luxury and safety. Armortech’s engineering partners, which have been producing prototypes and small-scale series for leading sports and luxury car makers in Europe, have been tasked to develop and manufacture the body and the interior of the Tresor. The Tresors will also be powered by the latest engines that will fit the platform on which the SUV will be built.
Included in the engines being considered is the Audi's V12 TDI engine that produces 500 hp and 1,000 Nm of torque. Atelier Valdeig and Armortech are also set to offer petrol engines and upgrades for the Tresor. The Atelier Valdeig-Armortech collaboration concept will carry a design that incorporates traditional British styles and sportiness, with every detail of the Tresor underscoring superiority. The interior of the SUV concept also gets luxurious treatment, with the seats and dashboard sourced from a distinguished English luxury car maker. Aside from the luxurious seats and dashboard, the Tresor will be loaded with customized interior details, as well as the latest high-end entertainment system. The Tresor is available in different wheelbases, partition wall and armoring. Interested buyers could also order the Tresor’s brawny wide body variant.