The open-top Lunaz Country electric Range Rover is a delight
Lunaz, a UK-based car restoration and modification company, has revealed their new Lunaz Country electric Range Rover restomod that’s inspired by the 1983 Octopussy James Bond film. Finished in “Maya Blue” paint and a clean black trim, the Country is in no doubt created from the UK with love.
“The dramatic surge in demand for clean-air classic Range Rovers is significant proof of concept for Lunaz Design,” said Lunaz CEO David Lorenz. “The market has confirmed that re-engineering, electrifying, and upcycling the most significant cars in the world will secure their relevance for generations to come.”
The interior of the Lunaz Country electric Range Rover restomod is equally attractive as its exterior. Two Maya Blue seats with two thin white lines are installed in the front which also feature a “Mocca Walnut” center console containing a six-inch display with touch controls. The two Maya Blue benches that run along the sides and the waterproof Mocca Walnut flooring give the vehicle’s bed a beautiful look.
Its full electric drivetrain delivers 360 horsepower and 450 lb-ft of torque. It also has a completely new suspension, six-piston front disc brakes, and four-piston rear brakes that utilize a regenerative function to keep its battery charged.
Additionally, Lunaz unveiled their long-wheelbase designed Town electric Range Rover restomod. Although it has fully enclosed seating and is a classic Land Rover Range Rover, its two-tone red-orange and glossy black makes it look very bold.
Deliveries of the Lunaz Country electric Range Rover start at £245,000 (roughly $286,000), and are expected to deliver starting in the second quarter of the following year.