David Beckham's company turned old Range Rovers into stylish electric cars (photo)
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Instead of a petrol V8, Range Rover was equipped with a 360-horsepower engine. In addition, SUVs have improved interior trim, added a multimedia system, power seats and a refrigerator.
Range Rover first generation received a second life. Classic SUVs have been turned into stylish electric vehicles. This was reported on the website of the Lunaz company, which performed the Range Rover tuning.
The British company Lunaz specializes in converting vintage cars into electric vehicles. Its co-owner is David Beckham. Previously, Aston Martin, Bentley, Jaguar and Rolls-Royce were tuned in this way.
The Range Rover is a two-door convertible based on the car from the 1983 James Bond film Octopussy. It has a lacquered walnut floor and two three-seater sofas in the back.
The four-door model looks more restrained, and its interior is trimmed with wood and expensive wool. The seats are powered, heated and ventilated.
Both cars were equipped with a refrigerator and a multimedia system with a touch screen. The four-door Range Rover electric car also received a powerful 1300-watt audio system and cup holders with the functions of heating and cooling drinks.
The SUVs retained all-wheel drive and installed a 360-horsepower electric motor instead of a gasoline V8. The Range Rover tuning also includes suspension upgrades and new brakes with energy recovery.
Specifically, these two cars were created by the individual order of a client from the USA and will serve the parking of expensive yachts in New York. However, two copies will not be enough, because they decided to put them into small-scale production and sell at a price of $278,600.