2013 Range Rover Highland GTC by Merdad is a stylish SUV Coupe

Article by Christian A., on March 25, 2013

For those who have a problem with the SUVs and four doors, especially with the 2013 Range Rover we have some good news: Merdad has just released the first photos of their 2013 Range Rover Coupe! That’s right folks, we have a coupe version of the 2013 Range Rover. Dubbed the 2013 Range Rover Highland GTC, the new coupe promises to be the most luxurious and powerful yet.

Following the Porsche Cayenne 902 Coupe launched back in 2010, the new Range Rover Highland GTC features new larger doors, a complete overhaul of the interior and an aerodynamic kit. The wheel arches are similarly styled to Merdad’s Cayenne Coupe and they have been extended by 92 mm.

The bodykit includes a new front bumper with LED daytime running lights included, new side skirts, a brand new hood with larger air intakes, a rear roof spoiler, a carbon fiber rear lip and a new carbon fiber air diffuser with integrated exhaust system.

The design is completed by the 22” or 23” Merdad design wheels. Regarding the price, the Range Rover 3.0 Litre is priced at $209,000 while the HSE 4.4 Litre starts at $228,000. For the Supercharged 5.0 Litre, Merdad wants $239,000. The most expensive version is the 700 GTC Range Rover Coupe Racing 4 Seater, which starts at $485,000.

All-new Range Rover boasts an elegant and clean form, thanks to its fresh interpretation of traditional Range Rover design cues. Even if it is instantly recognizable as a Range Rover, it has taken a big step forward by reinventing the iconic design language of the brand.

At less than 5 meters long, Land Rover’s new Range Rover possesses a similar footprint to that of the outgoing model, yet with a smoother and a more streamlined profile. Also, the new Range Rover is the most aerodynamic of the Range Rover series, with a drag coefficient that starts from 0.34 and with a roofline that sits 20mm lower when in access mode.

New Range Rover’s luxurious interior possesses a pure and modern character, with a contemporary treatment of the distinctive design cues of the Range Rover. Its cabin retains the strong, architectural forms that are characteristic of a Range Rover, and these forms are emphasized by elegant and clean surfaces that are flawlessly executed with the finest veneers and leathers.

With more than 118mm more legroom, the vehicle’s rear compartment gives you a lot more space and comfort, plus the new 2-seat Executive Class seating package option for ultimate rear-seat luxury.

Additionally, the new Range Rover’s unique luxury ambience can be extensively tailored using an indulgent choice of finishes, colors, and special details.

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