Range Rover Diamond concept car may become a future Range Rov

October 23, 2016 at 11:19

Manolo Romulus is a designer of the Rover Diamond model. It is his personal project where he tried to incarnate the design idea, which is presented in every generation of the cars. The SUV will be destined for hard roads where it can take an impact or a deformation of sides.

Range Rover Diamond concept from Manolo Romulus picture

Range Rover Diamond concept from Manolo Romulus picture

To create his own crossover Manolo Romulus conducted analysis of four Range Rover’s generations. Diamond concept’s proportions have not changed. It means that the dimensions of the novelty are 5010 mm in length, 2150 mm in width and 1860 mm in high including a basic wheelbase that is equal to 3000 mm. The car has also got the first horizontal register and a line dividing the second horizontal register and wheel marking. Four struts A, B, C and D were designed by a glossy finishing painted in black. The roof is limited by the glass line painted in British green color.

British green was used for exterior design photo

British green was used for exterior design photo

Technically, Diamond concept is equipped by three engines (two for rear wheels and one powerful for the front one). The power cells are installed between the two wheel axles. The flat floor allows accommodation of seven passengers. The landing formula looks like 2+3+2 (in front, in the middle and at rear).

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