If you find the new Range Rover, with its shaped-by-water smooth lines and hidden tail lights, a little subtle, then fear not. Overfinch is here to reverse it.
Herringbone carbon-fibre spearheads the exterior changes. It’s used for the lower half of the front bumper and winglet edges of the splitter. Around the sides, carbon-fibre is used for the car’s gills and side skirts (which look like they belong on an LM race car, not an offroader). The same could be said for the rear diffuser that shrouds quad exhaust pipes.
Unique badge lettering, with a shadow or duo-tone finish, completes the body updates.
Overfinch then swaps the Range Rover’s standard wheels for a set of 24-inch Centurion steamrollers, complete with floating badges, like you get on a Rolls Royce Phantom – a “much sought after differentiator”, we’re told.
More ‘differentiation’ comes in the form of a relatively tasteful rear lightbar and (not so tasteful) illuminated front and rear badges.
Overfinch has crowned its updated interior ‘Aurora’ which, says the press release is: “a reference to the mesmerising natural beauty of the Northern lights.” It’s a festival of diamond-stitched, quilted leather and machined metals.
How much? That’s hard to say because the customisation options are nearly endless, but you can expect these upgrades to add tens of thousands of pounds to the cost of your new or preowned L406.