Most expensive Range Rover

£140K buys you an Overfinch Range Rover, alcohol and guns included

Holland and Holland are world renowned sporting gun manufacturers in London and this is the second time they’ve lent their name to a Range Rover.

Back in 2000, Land Rover decided to produce a special edition ‘Holland and Holland’ Range Rover in a unique shade of blue-green metallic paint, special leather trim, DVD players and dripping in special walnut trim. They cost £65,000 a pop and when production stopped in 2001, 400 had been sold.

This time around, it will be Overfinch producing the Holland and Holland Range Rover and the plan is they will only build 100 examples each year.

Overfinch originally built their reputation by inserting powerful American V8 engines into unsuspecting Range Rovers and then modifying the suspension to cope. The result was one of the best Q cars ever made. Over the years, though, the market shrank as other manufacturers developed performance SUVs, so Overfinch changed tack and concentrated on enhancing Range Rovers with bespoke body kits and lavish interior trim, culminating in this, the Holland and Holland, which will be their flagship model costing over £140,000 in supercharged form.

The car is based on the latest, 2010 model year Range Rovers and features a completely revised interior with gunstock walnut trim throughout the cabin. The rear bench seat is replaced by two individual chairs, dissected by a walnut drinks cabinet and fridge.

Thanks to a cracking deal with Pol Roger champagne and Balvenie whiskey, this drinks cabinet gets replenished free of charge, which sounds an excellent idea to us and goes some way to justifying the chunky list price of £139,650 for the 3.6 TDV8 diesel and £143,950 for the 503bhp Supercharged version.

No word on whether they’ll restock ammunition for the firearms, sadly…

Follow evo Magazine on Twitter for the fast car latest

Recommended

Range Rover SV Autobiography Ultimate revealed
Range Rover SV Autobiography Ultimate – front quarter
Land Rover Range Rover

Range Rover SV Autobiography Ultimate revealed

Matte green paintwork and a near-£185k price tag set apart new flagship Range Rover
30 Mar 2021
Range Rover Velar 2021 review – elegant SUV now has the powertrains it deserves
2021 Land Rover Range Rover Velar – front
Range Rover SUV

Range Rover Velar 2021 review – elegant SUV now has the powertrains it deserves

Sleek and stylish luxury 4x4 continues to impress, but it’s still not the sharpest drive in the class
22 Mar 2021
Range Rover D350 Autobiography 2020 review – new straight-six diesel a great fit
Land Rover Range Rover

Range Rover D350 Autobiography 2020 review – new straight-six diesel a great fit

The Range Rover’s new powertrain improves an admittedly aging package, but age doesn’t inhibit regality and it still has that in excess
17 Oct 2020
Range Rover review – verdict, specs and rivals
Range Rover SUV

Range Rover review – verdict, specs and rivals

The modern Range Rover continues to define the luxury SUV just as its ancestors did, and despite strong rivals is still something special
20 Jul 2020

Most Popular

BMW M3 Competition and M4 Competition xDrive models detailed
BMW M3/4 Competition xDrive tracking
BMW M3 saloon

BMW M3 Competition and M4 Competition xDrive models detailed

All-wheel-drive M3/M4 Competitions to arrive in late summer
18 Apr 2021
Jaguar XJ41 – Dead on arrival
Jaguar XJ41
Jaguar

Jaguar XJ41 – Dead on arrival

The blighted ’80s ‘F-type’, the demise of which led to the creation of the Jaguar XK8 and launched a new era for Aston Martin
8 Apr 2021
Bentley Continental GT V8 v Aston Martin Vantage – front-engined supercoupes go head-to-head
Bentley Continental GT V8 and Aston Martin Vantage
Features

Bentley Continental GT V8 v Aston Martin Vantage – front-engined supercoupes go head-to-head

The latest Bentley Continental GT V8 and Aston Martin Vantage offer two different takes on the front-engined supercoupe formula. But which should you …
17 Apr 2021