While Range Rover is one of the most luxurious SUVs in the market, it is not as eye-catching as some SUVs like Rolls-Royce Cullinan or Bentley Bentayga. In order to make it more competitive with its rivals, a tuning company called Overfinch has introduced its own version of the Range Rover based on the long-wheelbase Range Rover Autobiography.
Overfinch introduced this car to celebrate its 5th anniversary in North America. The car is named a Sandringham Edition and it features a new carbon fiber body kit that includes a front bumper with larger air intakes, a variable stainless steel exhaust system, LED daytime running lights, a carbon fiber spoiler, a sportier rear bumper with a diffuser, a carbon fiber grille, carbon fiber front fender vents, and 22-inch diamond-turned alloy wheels.
Inside the cabin, the Overfinch product is way more luxurious than the standard Autobiography. Inside, there are Capiz White diamond-quilted leather with contrast micro-piping and stitching, deep-pile sheepskin floor mats, individual rear seats, illuminated sill plates and a knurled interior touchpack, a matching leather headliner as well as Argento pinstripe veneers and contrasting Calluna leather accents.
Overfinch has made no technical changes over the Range Rovers standard powertrain. The Overfinch Range Rover Autobiography costs $315,000 before taxes.