Bowler started life as a company specializing in turning Land Rover Defenders into ‘Wildcat’ rally racers. Now though, they are thinking of entering the luxury car market with a super SUV.
This SUV supercar will be based on the Nemesis, which itself is based on the Range Rover Sport. It combines amazing capabilities of the rally Bowler, with the same luxuriousness you expect from a Range Rover. And on the top of this, it’ll look spectacular with massively buffed up fenders, huge tires, and of course a two-door body.
In fact those who have bought Top Gear Apocalypse DVD have seen a version of the road-going Bowler Nemesis, as it was featured in a classic TG battle with Richard Hammond At the wheel.
Bowler is now a part of Coventry-based CPP coachbuilder company, who also owns Spyker and is partnering with Zagato. They are planning to make 150 to 200 road-going Bolwers each year, each with a projected price of around £150,000.