For those of us that came to age in the mid ‘90s, she may forever be “Posh Spice,” but Victoria Beckham has since gone on to have an illustrious career in the fashion world, winning the 2011 British Fashion Awards Designer Brand of the Year award. Land Rover is hoping to capitalize on her recognition and status as a design and fashion leader with its new Range Rover Evoque Special Edition. Beckham worked closely with Land Rover design chief Gerry McGovern to create the limited-edition Evoque model, of which only 200 will be built worldwide, and a mere five destined for the U.S.
The Range Rover Evoque Special Edition will be offered exclusively in the two-door body style, featuring a hand-finished matte grey paintjob with Santorini black gloss contrast accents. The predominant theme for exterior trim is “rose gold” a gold/copper alloy commonly utilized in watches and jewelry, accenting the grille surround, badges and the 20-inch gloss black forged alloy wheels. The unique accent finish also carries over to the interior to the center console rotary controls and rotary shifter.
Other interior touches on the dudded-up Range Rover Evoque include semi-aniline leather with a hand-finished baseball stitch detail. The natural-grain leather also covers the door inserts, armrests, and console storage bin lid. The floormats are made of mohair, and the headliner is finished with micro-suede material. The Evoque Special Edition also comes with its own four-piece luggage set lined with the same micro-suede as the headliner. The sound system is a 17-speaker, 825-watt system by British audio specialist Meridian.
Still not exclusive enough for you? Each Beckhamized Range Rover Evoque Special Edition will come with a hand-stitched leather portfolio with rose gold detailing signed by Victoria Beckham herself.