It’s not every day that a luxury house can be proud to work with one of the most iconic car manufacturers in the world. And yet, this is a bet that Berluti has just made with Land Rover, the British reference in the motor world. This classic union gave birth to a unique project: the customization of a Land Rover model from 1963, Berluti style, one of the first 4x4s used for recreational purposes.
On the program, the car completely redesigned according to Berluti’s aesthetics and DNA with its convertible canvas hood on which the Scritto motif (Berluti’s logo canvas) is affixed in large letters; seven chairs available in Venezia leather (again a material used mainly by the luxury house); and an improved and updated dashboard with its many compartments and other excellent bags for traveling abroad.
This new version of Land Rover that marked the 1960s comes with another surprise: a collection of accessories to improve the design of this 4×4. Travel blankets, small leather bags, key rings, hiking backpacks and a two-person hammock make up this small natural capsule, perfect for a hiking trip.