Exclusive Range Rover launched by gun makers Holland & Holland

An exclusive version of the Range Rover has been launched by gun makers Holland & Holland and design firm Overfinch.

Limited to just 100 units annually, the Holland & Holland Range Rover by Overfinch has been designed to “create the ultimate all purpose, all season, luxury supercar for the discerning few”.

The package will be available on either the 503bhp 5.0-litre V8 supercharged engine of the TDV8 unit.

A range of exclusive interior features will be offered, including a specially veneered wood dash, limited edition numbered plaques and a steering wheel in a colour to match the owner’s gun.

The interior has a four-seater layout, with a self-replenishing drinks cabinet in the rear and a hand crafted gun cabinet in the boot.

Prices start from £139,650 in the UK and it is available to order now.

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25 September 2009

Good car for tiny mobsters. I'm sure having a streering wheel matching the colour of their Uzi will make them feel good... Lots of tiny fashion conscious mobsters out there ya know ;-)

25 September 2009

Like the Ant Hill Mob, yeah ;-)

I'd rather have a Lambo ;-)

25 September 2009

I think I will wait for the Holland and Barrett version instead. That might look a little less vulgar.

25 September 2009

alcohol, firearms and a car in one package. paragon of good safety.

25 September 2009

Yes, it's a good job somebody spotted that glaring gap in the market, LOL.

25 September 2009

Self replenishing drinks cabinet?

Does it drive itself to the off licence?

25 September 2009

The finest all purpose all round most wonderful vehicle ever eh? I guess the tacky bodykit would not get in the way of taking this 4x4 off road then. What?? You mean?? It is not nearly as good as the regular Range Rover off road?? And the those massive wheels ... they will not compromise it's smooth road on the roads and in town? What??? You mean??? Actually it rides worse, can't go off road ... looks shit and costs twice as much?

This is just brilliant.

DKW

25 September 2009

That's gorgeous wood for a shotgun stock, but out of place in a Rangey. Rolls Royce (not even sure about Bentley or Maybach) is the only car manufacturer who can do wood like that in their cars - in anything else, it's just trying too hard, is incongruous with the rest of the vehicle, and ends up being sad and uncool.

Wood like that belongs in one of these:

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Thus:

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My apologies - the right of both photos is cut off, which doesn't do justice to the car.

The best interior for a Rangey is pretty much the one in the revised RR Sport, which is to the credit of Land Rover.

25 September 2009

[quote rosstopher]

Self replenishing drinks cabinet?

Does it drive itself to the off licence?

[/quote] You know, I was thinking that as well! Maybe it drives to the offy, and also buys it for you as well. Either that, or its some sort of voodoo cabinet!

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10 years of Smart ownership over, sensible car mode activated

DKW

25 September 2009

I'm with you rosstopher on the 'self replenishing drinks cabinet'. A quick google of the phrase reveals it is solely a Overfinch/H&H concept. I can only conclude that it is some form of SatNav/cashpoint linked development of Mercedes automated safety systems that drives the car without the need for a driver.

Perhaps, in the same way that you can select personalities (Mr. T, Ozzy Osborne, 'The Queen' etc.) to guide you with your SatNav, you can select personalities to replenish your booze stash for you. Delia Smith for Sundays, Pete Doherty or the venerable Mr. Osborne again for a Friday evening. Though the combination of Pete Doherty and usual SatNav issues could lead to the car stocking itself from non-official sources.

'Inhale at the next junction. Snort, quaff, you have reached your destination - you are completely **********'.

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