The Land Rover Range Rover has lost some of its luster thanks to newer competitors such as the Bentley Bentayga and Rolls-Royce Cullinan.
While the company is working on an all-new model which promises to be even more luxurious, Overfinch has unveiled the new Sandringham Edition which is based on the current long-wheelbase Range Rover Autobiography.
Designed to celebrate the company’s 5th anniversary in North America, the Sandringham Edition has been equipped with a carbon fiber body kit which includes a sportier front bumper with larger air intakes and LED daytime running lights. The model also has a carbon fiber grille, carbon fiber front fender vents and 22-inch diamond-turned alloy wheels.
The changes don’t stop there as the luxury SUV has been outfitted with a carbon fiber spoiler and a sportier rear bumper with a prominent diffuser. The model also has a variable stainless steel exhaust system as well as a Nebula Black paint job which features purple flecks that “create a stunning, sophisticated hue in direct light.”
While the Range Rover Autobiography is already luxurious, Overfinch upped the ante by installing Capiz White diamond quilted leather with contrast micro-piping and stitching. There’s also a matching leather headliner as well as Argento pinstripe veneers and contrasting Calluna leather accents.
Rounding out the highlights are deep-pile sheepskin floor mats, illuminated sill plates and a knurled interior touchpack. There’s also subtle Overfinch branding as well as individual rear seats.
Production will be limited to five units and pricing starts at $315,000 before taxes. That’s a lot, but Overfinch North America Vice President Alex Sloane noted “This is a statement vehicle that is confident in its luxury and elegant in its execution.” He added, “The overall aesthetic is unique and stunning – a genuine special edition.”