Revealed at the 2004 North American Motor Show, the Range Stormer was Land Rover's first concept car and, powered by a supercharged V8 engine, it was the company's most powerful model to date.
The low roofline, power bulge in the bonnet and huge 22" wheels give a sporting stance. The body pillars are slim and the glass roof gives a light and airy feel to the cabin. The doors are two-piece electrically powered and the floor compartments rise and lower for improved additional stowage.
With leather seat coverings, dashboard top roll and centre console, oak also abounds. The seat frames, a striking part of the cabin design, are aluminium, as are many of the switches.