Russian tuner, Armortech, and its German contemporary, Atelier Valdeig have joined forces to introduce a new luxury SUV.
The vehicle is called the Tresor, which in French translates to "treasure." It’s based on the Audi Q7 and comes with plenty of styling cues from two of the most high-end brands on the planet: Rolls-Royce and Bentley. The front end of the Tresor actually looks a lot like a Bentley and if you really think about it, you could make a case that this is what the Bentley EXP 9 F should have looked like in the first place.
Whereas the exterior doesn’t do a whole lot to stir anyone’s imagination, the interior of the Tresor is a different picture altogether. With the help of Bentley, Armortech and Atelier Valdeig gave the Tresor’s interior plenty of elegantly appointed high-end components, including a full-on leather upholstery, premium wood trim, and plenty of metallic accents. If all these aren’t enough, the builders are offering bespoke options to customers, which include a number of additions, highlighted by interior partitions - for privacy’s sake - and high-tech entertainment systems.
Since the car is based on the Q7, the powertrain options follow as such. With a choice of a variety of engines, including an Audi-sourced V12 TDI that produces 500 horsepower and 737 lb/ft of torque, customers will have plenty of say on how their Tresor SUV performs and looks.
No word yet on when the Armortech & Atelier Valdeig Tresor will hit the market, but you can expect to hear more about it in the coming months.