Overfinch Range Rover Sport Is An Exquisite Piece of Kit

Lots of Chelsea tractors are roaming British roads these days, driven by all kinds of questionable characters like botoxed trophy wives and chavs with a passion for wearing sweatclothes 24/7. However, we're glad to report that the recently unveiled Overfinch Range Rover Sport has slim chances of becoming one as well.
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Compared to the ever so popular chrome-laden Porsche Cayennes and Mercedes-Benz MLs fitted with 24-inch dishes, the latest offering from Overfinch isn't a means to hike your status symbol, but a very specialized driver's tool with a whiff of bespoke and practicality to it. It's also pretty special, with production limited to only 100 units per annum in the United Kingdom.

Set to be unveiled in the flesh at the Salon Prive event on the 3rd of September, the Overfinch Range Rover Sport blends a high performance supercharged V8 mill with exclusive, tactile and visually pleasing detailing both inside and out. So what does a package worth at least £87,995 buy you these day?

To sum things up, a Range Rover Sport with attitude. The Bluetooth-controlled 'track mode' butterfly valves in the exhausts liberate the full snarl of the supercharged 5.0-liter V8 motor, which boasts 46 horsepower over the standard mill's 510 ponies thanks to an upgraded blower, remapped ECU and a custom quad outlet exhaust.

Unique 21-inch lightweight forged alloy wheels that minimize unsprung weight and enhance vehicle dynamics are offered as standard, so stay away from the optional 22s and 23s that are too big to actually perform well in spirited driving situations. The Overfinch also gets an imposing body kit featuring different carbon fiber weaves for added strength, lightness and visual impact. The front air intakes and rear diffuser are subtly flared as well, further enhancing the menacing look of this machine.

Finally, there's the cabin - if the standard Range Rover Sport wasn't luxurious enough for you, than Overfinch offers you the liberty to opt between a wide range of fine wood veneers, carbon fiber trim and the finest leather available, including Bridge of Weir leather upholstery.

If you want to make a big statement, than you might want to go for the diamond stitch black leather seats featuring pieces of two-tone green and tan leather adorned with seat piping and burr walnut. Whatever the chosen trim, the result is carefully mirror-matched to create visual symmetry within the cabin.

Don't get too enthusiastic with the options list though 'cause you'll break the £100,000 mark as easy as pie.
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About the author: Mircea Panait
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After a 1:43 scale model of a Ferrari 250 GTO sparked Mircea's interest for cars when he was a kid, an early internship at Top Gear sealed his career path. He's most interested in muscle cars and American trucks, but he takes a passing interest in quirky kei cars as well.
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