The Land Rover Range Rover SVAutobiography is an already powerful and imposing SUV, but that’s not enough for the automotive tuning company Overfinch. For its latest project, Overfinch has taken the Range Rover and given it a Velocity Final Edition makeover, finishing it with a “Fuji White” and crushed carbon fiber exterior.
Overfinch is allocating just three build slots for the Velocity Final Edition, which can be applied to Range Rover’s five-liter V8 Autobiography and SVAutobiography. Before the new RR comes in 2022, this custom build marks an important part of the current Autobiography’s legacy by rounding it out with something truly exceptional — as a result, Overfinch has spared nothing, creating three very limited versions of an already impeccably designed car.
Taking on either the LWB or SWB specs, Overfinch adds either Herringbone weave or crushed carbon fiber to the Range Rover on its grille, front and rear bumper, lower air intake and airdam, arch trims, side skirts, and spoiler, while a new Powerdome carbon fiber bonnet is also added. Elsewhere, customers can choose from 23” “Cyclone” wheels in either “Gloss Black,” “Shadow Black,” “Diamond-Turned” or in other bespoke finishes, and can have the insides customized with the marque’s “Lumière” design interior in a diamond or hexagonal quilted pattern.
Rounding out the list of upgrades is a Bluetooth-operated dual-valve performance exhaust system, which provides a controllable sound that’s throaghty and deep when required, or quiet and closed-off when necessary.
Overfinch’s Land Rover Range Rover V8 Autobiography and SVAutobiography Velocity Final Edition in “Fuji White” and crushed carbon fiber costs from $285,000 USD. More information can be found on Overfinch’s website.
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