The exterior has been given a nip and tuck, with sculpted carbon fibre around the front air intakes, an enlarged front splitter, and a new spoiler designed to mirror the chunkier proportions of the new rear diffuser. Then there are the 21”, 22” and 23” alloys, and (of course) Overfinch-branded tailpipes.
Step inside, nestle your behind into the Bridge of Weir leather (that’s a Scottish leather maker founded back in 1905) and you’ll be met with any variation of new wood veneers, carbon fibre and cowhide. Seat designs, stitch patterns and leather shades are all bespoke.
But the really exciting stuff happens under the bonnet. Specify the ‘Performance Pack’ and Overfinch will squeeze an extra 42 bhp out of the already rampant 5.0-litre superchanged V8, with the help of an upgraded supercharger, ECU remap and Overfinch exhaust. That’ll bring total power to 545bhp – about as much as this engine can handle. 545bhp is tantalizingly close to the output we’re expecting from Land Rover’s own Range Rover Sport ‘SVR’, due to be on sale next year. And just to make sure those 545bhp don’t go un-noticed, a button on the key fob opens electronic exhaust valves that unleash an even throatier howl.
Only 100 Overfinch Range Rover Sports will be made in the UK per year. Each one will be bespoke, and prices start from £87,995 for an HSE model – that’s about £26,000 more than the original. But if you want the 545bhp Supercharged Performance Pack version with all the trimmings, you’re going to need something like £120,000.
For more information, or if you just fancy a gawp, head on over to the Overfinch Website.