We know the current Range Rover is soon to be replaced, but if you can’t be bothered to wait for the new one and want an SUV that’s handsome, luxurious, and exclusive, then Overfinch has you covered. The Range Rover Sandringham Edition, as the company calls it, is a long-wheelbase Range Rover Autobiography with an extra heaping of interior opulence and exterior style.
The outside of the Sandringham Edition Range Rover is massaged with a unique body kit from Overfinch. The front bumper, grille, and front fenders are redone in carbon fiber—you can even see the weave in the air intakes. At the back, there is a new carbon fiber diffuser with a pair of integrated exhaust outlets and a new carbon fiber spoiler that sits atop the tailgate. The whole thing is set off by a set of custom 22-inch wheels by Overfinch.
Inside is where things get really luxurious. The seats, headliner, rear center console, and armrests are all done up in diamond-quilted Calluna leather. The interior itself is mostly Capiz White, with color contrasting armrests and seat piping. There are also wood veneers that Overfinch says make the rear seats feel like a proper lounge area. Overfinch also adds 24-way heated and cooled “enhanced massage” front seats. The rear seats are wider and filled with more plush inlays and deeper foams.
All in all, the kit changes up the Range Rover’s game significantly. Overfinch takes an already luxurious machine and turns it into a truly first-class experience. Plus, production is limited to just five units, and not even the Rolls-Royce Cullinan will get you that kind of exclusivity. There’s no word on pricing, but if you’re interested, then you might want to head on over to Overfinch’s website. And quickly at that.
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