Renowned Land Rover tuner Overfinich has treated the Range Rover Sport SVR as a blank canvas, giving it lots of visual and technical updates, as well as a bold new name: the SuperSport.
Each of the 25 units that will be made comes in a special color and adds the British company’s signature carbon fiber grille. The lightweight material has been used in the construction of the front and rear bumpers, side sills, side vents, rear spoiler and bonnet, which wears the ‘OVERFINCH’ lettering. The carbon fiber enhancements are available in herringbone weave, gloss or satin finish.
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Complementing the exposed carbon fiber wheel arch trims are the 22-inch Leggero rims. The forged wheels are the lightest and widest in the tuner’s collection and can be ordered in one of two patterns. Look closely behind them and you will see the uprated Brembo brakes, with eight-piston calipers. These, along with the titanium exhaust system and carbon fiber air induction system, are part of the technical updates made to the SuperSport.
The cabin has been given a distinctive makeover, too. The illuminated sill plates are the first things one sees upon opening the door, but their eyes will quickly focus on the quilted leather with chalk paneling, micropiping and stitching trim used throughout the interior. Adorning the seats are the ‘Overfinch’ badges, whereas the seatbacks have been encased in herringbone weave carbon fiber.
Overfinch says that thanks to the “infinite personalization possibilities, no two vehicles will be the same”.