'Breathtaking' custom Overfinch Range Rover unveiled
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Land Rover customisation specialists Overfinch have unveiled their 2018 model, which the company describes as its "most comprehensive Range Rover enhancement package to date".
The car, which is based on the ordinary Range Rover, has received a number of visual augmentations, including an Overfinch air dam and lower air intakes at the front, and a unique Overfinch LED light signature. The intake grilles have an exposed carbon fibre pattern in "perfectly aligned" herringbone weave.
To the rear, Overfinch has added a new rear bumper and air dam, as well as an aero diffuser and branded exhaust tips. The wider exhaust system has been modified to enhance the engine note to the driver's desired tone and loudness.
Inside, the ‘Lumière’ seats are upholstered in perforated leather from the Bridge of Weir tannery by default, though buyers can specify different materials. Overfinch will also finish the rest of the cabin in a surface of the customer's choosing, if the traditional options (including walnut and piano black) are deemed unsatisfactory.
“The 2018 Overfinch model launch signals the start of a series of unique, bespoke builds to be showcased in the forthcoming months,” said Overfinch Chairman, Kevin Sloane.
“Each vehicle will be an example of customised luxury and themed craftsmanship, produced to an individual customer’s specification.
“As ever, we invite special commissions from all our customers.”
Farnham-based Overfinch has been modifying Land Rover products since the Seventies. In 1981 an Overfinch Range Rover, developed with gearbox specialist Schuler, won the Paris-Dakar Rally.
Its products have varied in tastefulness since then, the most famous model being a Holland & Holland special edition with a built-in gun and drinks cabinet.
- Telegraph UK