Overfinch, which is based in Leeds, has made its name revamping Land Rovers over the years to suit a broader clientele base, and each release has set the bar higher. The new Range Rover Sport model has been fitted with redesigned bumpers and a roof spoiler, all made from carbon fibre. However, the materials used for the exterior are not the only aspect that has changed.
The design has also gone from boasting a sports vehicle look to a modest yet elegant style of SUV to appeal to those interested in a higher level of luxury. The overall look of the vehicle has been recreated to reflect the premium-quality aesthetic found in all Overfinch revamps. To top it off, custom Overfinch tyres have been added for a special touch to the new appearance.
Naturally, the interior has also received several welcome adjustments, such as a V8 gasoline or diesel engine, as well as a hybrid edition to come in the near future. The exhaust system has also been changed, with the valves now being controlled by Bluetooth. Other than these alterations, everything has remained the same, such as its SVR qualities of 575-hp, allowing it to maintain its unmatched raw energy and power.
Buyers have the option of purchasing the standard remastered version or requesting a selection of customisations that they wish to see in their personally ordered SUV.