New Overfinch Range Rover

Overfinch, the long-time tuner of all things Range Rover, has revealed details of its new L405-based model. Details and pictures here

Range Rover tuning specialists Overfinch, which has been modifying the luxury off-roader for more than 40 years, has revealed details of its tuning packages for the 2014 Range Rover.

The biggest changes are visual, with a thorough re-working of the external body panels. The front bumper has been significantly re-designed, with three large cooling intakes and LED running lights. There’s also a new rear bumper and roof spoiler, which along with the front bumper is made from hand-laid carbon fibre. Available with custom 22 or 23-inch wheels, there are three different designs to choose from.

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One of the biggest aspects of the new Overfinch Range Rover is the completely re-trimmed interior, which uses high-quality Bridge of Weir leather. Two seat designs are available, one for pure comfort and style, with the other offering more sporting appeal. The hand-finished veneer is tailored to the specification of the car for a perfect match.

Overfinch can also offer tuning for the entire engine line-up, however there is no official word on how much extra power can be specified. Overfinch says that performance upgrades will be bespoke to each customer, depending on just what kind of car they want to build. Prices for the most basic Vogue model start from around £93,000.


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