At £25,000 more than the Holland & Holland Range Rover (you can buy a new Defender for that), Overfinch’s latest release is unashamedly the priciest Range Rover on the market.
Based on the long-wheelbase model, the Overfinch offers a range of bespoke interior options, distinctive exterior bodystyling, and a neat party trick: an automatic power-sliding floor space in the boot, that brings the owner’s luggage forward for collection.
The launch vehicle features veneers handcrafted in Piano Black with sizeable Mother-of-Pearl inserts (quite a feat of craftsmanship, we’re told - the veneers are drilled to a fraction of a millimetre before being laid and set by hand). A number of other bespoke options are also available.
The remaining interior is trimmed in Ebony Bridge of Weir leather (that’s a Scottish company originating from 1758) and features ‘micro-piping’ with contrasting stitch-work. The seats are designed in Overfinch’s classic Solitaire style, which is a modern interpretation of the diamond stitch incorporating Overfinch’s perforated leather.
Externally finished in Santorini Black, the styling package includes hand-laid carbon fibre to the front and rear bumpers and roof spoiler, and a new grille.
For more information visit the Overfinch website.