Mike Stevens | Sep 6, 2011

British luxury upstart Eterniti has released a new teaser image for its upcoming Hemera SUV, dropping the streamlined illustrations for a new birdseye view of the real deal.

Destined for a Frankfurt Motor Show debut next week, the Hemera is described as "the world's first Super-SUV". The company promises a compact design from the outside, but with with a pair of reclining seats in a limousine-like rear row.

As all good luxury cars should, the Hemera will be equipped with a pair of iPads for the rear occupants, along with a drinks chiller.

The Hemera's luxury appointments won't keep it from tearing up the road, however: Jaguar XJ220 development chief and former Le Mans champ Alexander Macqueen has been roped in to lead the engineering side of the Eterniti's SUV supercar.

Technical details won't be revealed until Frankfurt, although Eterniti has teased that the Hemera is built on "the best large SUV platform available." Combine that tidbit with the image above, and it's likely that the skeleton of a Porsche Cayenne lies within.

Eterniti says the Hemera we'll see next week will be a pre-production prototype, although sales are scheduled to kick off in early 2012.

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