The images have been released ahead of an official debut scheduled for next month’s Detroit Auto Show. We now know that the vehicle measures 4.35 meters in length and 1.55 m in height, which makes it slightly smaller than the LR2 (Freelander in other markets) small SUV on which it is based.
The concept also gets 20-inch wheels, a panoramic glass roof, and ground clearance of just 13 centimeters. Inside, the concept gets two-tone leather trim and is highlighted with aluminum elements. There’s seating for four as well as an extended center console and a fridge.
According to our source, production versions will arrive in 2009 or 2010, if given the green light. We hear there could be a hybrid option too.