Although Land Rover has been teasing the fastest Range Rover yet- Range Rover Sport RS in videos, Overfinch has tuned the new Range Rover Sport, the latest Land Rover. The Leeds based tuning house will be producing only 100 models a year, each one priced from £87,995 before individual design preferences and options are added.
Apart from the large Overfinch badges, distinguishing the SUV from the standard Range Rover Sport is a bespoke carbon fibre Body Styling Package. Included in this is a larger front splitter and LED lights for the subtly flared front air intakes, with the rear diffuser also beefed up. This contrasts with the redesigned rear spoiler, creating an ‘X’ graphic around the boot lid when viewed from behind. The SUV also gets Quad Overfinch exhausts and branded alloys – available in a range of sizes from 21-23 inches.
On the inside, a choice of fine wood veneers serve a similar purpose in personalizing the interior, although a carbon fibre trim is also offered in a selection of colors, including charcoal, bronze and green. Customers are spoiled with a slew of options for deciding the seat design, stitch patterning and color.
On the mechanical front, the SUV is equipped with a digitally remapped ECU, revised exhaust system and upgraded supercharger. All these hardware upgrades bump an estimated 42 bhp of power over the flagship Range Rover Sport’s standard 510 bhp 5.0-litre supercharged V8 taking the max power output to 552 bhp.
The Overfinch Range Rover Sport receives a Bluetooth-controlled ‘track mode’ feature, activated via a button integrated directly into the Overfinch key fob. On a single touch of the button, Twin Pulse Width Modulated controlled electronic valves open in the exhaust.