You can now have your new Range Rover overhauled by Overfinch, featuring bodywork made from carbon fibre and a low production run of just 100 UK cars per year.
The Range Rover Overfinch gets bold badging on the bonnet and a deeper front fascia, featuring a bar of LED running lights on either side help mark this car out from a standard Range Rover. The roof spoiler at the rear is finished in carbon fibre, along with the lower bumper. There’s a set of new Overfinch exhausts, too.
Buyers can pick between a range of alloy wheels designs, in Zeus, Osprey or Xenon designs. All are available in either 22-inch or 23-inch sizes in various different colours and finishes.
Overfinch can customise the interior depending on what buyers want, but there are two seat designs on offer: Solitaire and Mercury. The latter is fitted to the car in our pictures, including the contrasting stitching and piping. It’s supposedly the sportier set-up, while Solitaire features diamond stitching.
Depending on the colour and trim you choose, Overfinch will offer a selection of veneers to finish off the cabin.
Kevin Sloane, Overfinch chairman, said: “The designs and attention to detail of the all new Overfinch Range Rover continue to build on our 40-year-old history enhancing Land Rover vehicles.”
Overfinch also offers its own versions of the Discovery, Defender and Evoque. An enhanced version of the Range Rover Sport is next on the list. Existing Range Rover owners can have the updates fitted to their car, or Overfinch will source a vehicle directly from the factory.