Land Rover and Victoria Beckham have unveiled a custom Range Rover which costs twice as much as a standard edition of the same car.
The "bespoke luxurious, hand-finished" Range Rover Evoque Special Edition was launched in China.
The car will cost around £80,000, or twice as much as a normal Range Rover Evoque.
Just 200 of the vehicles will be made, and is aimed at the growing Chinese middle class. It is a four-seat couple which features a vintage tan leather interior, a 'baseball' stitching pattern and also comes with a special selection of luggage.
Range Rover said Beckham worked for 18 months on the car.
Victoria Beckham said: "I am very excited to be working with Land Rover as I have an enormous amount of respect for the brand. I’ve always driven a Range Rover, for me they are the epitome of quality and luxury.
"When I first started working with the team I did a lot of research, and created mood boards to show the team my love of timeless and classic design. I looked at yachts, luxury jets and classic cars.
"It's the small detail that makes all the difference. I want everyone who gets into this car to feel special and empowered by its quality and craftsmanship. I like that it feels luxurious but also has quite a classic edge to it as well as a contemporary feel."
Gerry McGovern, design director at Land Rover said: "The design of Evoque has truly captured the hearts of customers worldwide. Working with Victoria the intention was not to change the fundamental architecture and award winning design of the Range Rover Evoque. We wanted to create a Special Edition that extends its character in a new direction through understated, restrained colour and detail changes."