These are the first pictures of the 2014 Overfinch Range Rover. The Leeds-based firm will build just 100 units a year.
Overfinch claims its interpretation of the new Range Rover is the “world’s most luxurious SUV”. Prices start at £93,013 for models based on entry-level Vogue models.
New bodywork, including front and rear bumpers, side skirts and a roof spoiler are constructed from hand-laid carbonfibre, which Overfinch says is “in keeping with the Range Rover’s new weight-saving ethos”.
The new front bumper houses Land Rover’s park sensors and cameras. Lacquered carbonfibre can be seen inside each of the cooling apertures.
A huge range of customisation options allows the customer to combine a range of carbonfibre and paint finishes.
The cabin can be trimmed in a range of leather and hand-finished veneer options, and two seat designs are offered with differing stitching patterns.
Overfinch make the full Range Rover engine line-up available to customers, and offer additional tuning packs. The car carries Land Rover's warranty and all Overfinch parts are covered by an additional like-for-like warranty.
Overfinch boss, Kevin Sloane, said: “The designs and attention to detail of the all-new Overfinch Range Rover continue to build on our 40-year-old history of enhancing Land Rover vehicles.
“We have created unique, distinctive aspects for the current model - such as hand-laid carbonfibre body styling that simply cannot be found in any other Range Rover.
“Our niche clientele demands this level of attention to detail and it is a perfect example of British craftsmanship at its very best.”