Overfinch, a British company best known for creating bespoke vehicles based on Land Rover and Range Rover products, has released a new Range Rover Sport-based model that's not only even more luxurious than standard, but louder, too.

This latest creation from the Leeds-based company features various exterior updates, including a revised grille and a (handcrafted) carbon-fibre rear spoiler. Bonnet and side air-vents, plus front and rear air dams, are also included with the new carbon-fibre bodywork.

The updated Range Rover Sport’s already imposing stance is furthered by wheel options ranging from 21 to 23 inches in diameter.

Inside, you'll find various carbon-fibre finishes, or alternatively, optional piano black veneer. Different styles of leather seats are also offered. Of course, Overfinch says it will produce bespoke items to suit all of its customers’ needs.

If one of these desires is a louder exhaust note, ticking the right box on the options list will result in the fitment of an in-house-developed exhaust system complete with Bluetooth-controlled valves.

This package, however, does not include any performance upgrades, so the 5,0-litre supercharged V8 found in the SVR model featured here continues to produce 423 kW and 700 N.m of torque.

Author: Marius Boonzaier

Original article from Car