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Why buy an Overfinch Range Rover?

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Why buy an Overfinch Range Rover?

Taking top spec Range Rover vehicles, Overfinch work to provide their customers with a tailor-made vehicle. By adding layer upon layer of luxury enhancement, the result is a distinctive interpretation of the British icon.

Established in 1975, Overfinch are a prestigious name within the automotive industry. Known as the world’s leading creator of bespoke Range Rovers, Overfinch have been dedicating British craftsmanship to redefining luxury 4x4s for a number of decades, but what differentiates an Overfinch Range Rover from a standard Range Rover?

Taking top spec Range Rover vehicles, Overfinch work to provide their customers with a tailor-made vehicle. By adding layer upon layer of luxury enhancement, the result is a distinctive interpretation of the British icon. Plus with production limited to only 100 Overfinch Range Rovers each year, the outcome is a vehicle that is as exclusive as it is desirable. Combining on-road presence with bespoke interior craftsmanship, Overfinch promise to deliver custom Range Rovers to their customers’ exact specifications - thus delivering the ultimate luxury vehicle.

Whilst retaining the sophistication and elegance of the original Range Rover, Overfinch reinforce the dynamic presence of the vehicle with bespoke bodywork and wheels. The result? A luxurious vehicle with unrivalled on-road presence.

Produced in hand-laid carbon fibre for strength and durability, the Overfinch bodywork keeps firmly within Range Rover’s new weightsaving ethos. This bodywork can then be tailored, allowing for a number of carbon fibre and painted finishes. With an extensive range of colour options available to their customers, Overfinch’s paintwork options can be chosen in a range of finishes including high gloss, low sheen and two-tone. Customers can also create custom colours with the help of Overfinch’s colour specialists.

Within the front bumper is where you’ll find Overfinch’s trademark three cooling apertures, increasing airflow and integrating technical features - such as parking sensors and cameras. Inside each aperture, Overfinch have showcased the beauty of exposed carbon fibre.

Each bespoke vehicle comes complete with a set of 21”-23” wheels that are unique to Overfinch. Described as the ultimate accessory to an Overfinch build, these are designed in-house and are available in full gloss black, gloss black with a diamond turned face and even body-coloured finishes.

The customisation doesn’t stop at the exterior, in fact Overfinch are known to craft their interiors to the highest standards with several customisation options available - including a number of veneer options - customers are able to create their idea of bespoke luxury.

Available to customers in two seat designs, Overfinch’s bespoke upholstery options ensure the best in both style and comfort. Using only the finest leather sourced from Northern European cattle breeds, Overfinch claim that the result in softness, appearance and durability of their leather is unrivalled.
Exclusive hand-finished veneer options can also be chosen to complement leather colour schemes, helping to create a tailor-made cabin ambience. Each veneer available has been carefully handpicked for its aesthetic quality and customers can choose their desired finish from several options; including Carbon Fibre and Burr Walnut to name a few.

Finally, Overfinch lettering displayed across the bonnet and tailgate, finished in a colour of your choice, completes the Overfinch conversion signature.

As an official Overfinch dealer, you can browse our collection of used Overfinch vehicles here.

 

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