The much talked about Rolls Royce SUV is one step closer to becoming a reality, according to autoexpress.co.uk.
The manufacturer has confirmed that designers are working on this new type of vehicle and Auto Express has an exclusive image of how the new car could look.
CEO of Rolls Royce, Torsten Muller-Otvos, said: "The SUV segment is an interesting one. There's growth in the SUV sector and such a vehicle is thinkable. I'm open to that.
"Our design director, Giles Taylor, is already doing the first sketches."
It is expected to go on sale by 2017 after being built at the factory in Goodwood, taking on a range of other luxury 4x4 vehicles that are expected to hit the market in the next few years.
It's thought that the target market will be younger and fresher than the previous markets Rolls Royce has targeted.
Those who may be interested in purchasing the luxury car will be likely to want to add several extras to it. A car tracker, upgraded entertainment system and even a personalised paint job could all be considered by wealthy buyers.
Inautonews.com reported that the SUV will have some components that are similar to the more traditional limousine style cars but will be aimed at customers who aren't necessarily interested in that particular vehicle style.