Middle-East-based tuner Design Q will be showing this stretched Range Rover-based Q-VR concept at the 10th biennial Dubai International Motor Show.

Middle-East-based tuner Design Q has revealed an opulent concept based on the Range Rover. Called the Q-VR, this stretched luxury SUV has been designed to feel like a private jet for the road, according to its creators. The reason? To show the world that despite the recession and Dubai's financial woes, the Middle East "remains the hub of the economic world."

Features named as part of the concept include a cigar humidor, a drinks chiller and a mini-spa centre. No powertrain figures were released but it is a fact that the most powerful standard Range Rover has a 5.0-litre supercharged V8 worth 375 kW (503 bhp / 510 PS) and 625 Nm of torque.

The Q-VR will be exhibited at the 10th biennial Dubai International Motor Show this week.

Gallery: 2010 Range Rover Q-VR stretch proposal by Design Q

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