Land Rover tuning company Overfinch has got its hands on the most svelte Range Rover in the range. And its ‘redefined’ Velar makes for an interesting comparison with the official new Velar SVAutobiography…
The Overfinch Velar breaks the modification mould by being relatively subtle. You’ll find no sprouting wings or gaping vents here. From a distance, it looks like a very well-specced Velar.
The full upgrade package consists of a carbon fibre grille, front splitter, fog light apertures, rear spoiler, diffuser, custom tailpipes and 22-inch wheels.
Customers can cherry-pick parts or take the lot. All accessories offered in carbon can also be made from what Overfinch calls ‘technical composite’, which comes in high-gloss black.
While it wouldn’t look out of place sat outside the Dorchester hotel or trundling down Sloane Street, it’s a comparative shrinking violet compared to a lot of aftermarket models.
You can either buy parts for your stock Range Rover Velar, or buy a new car directly in whatever level of Overfinch preparation you desire.
Beyond this package, Overfinch can do whatever you want. It’s effectively a modern-day coachbuilder, in that your funds are the only limit to the level of customisation.
Added together, the individual Overfinch parts cost around £18,000. That’s a fair chunk of change to subtly update a Velar, or you could just buy a new SVAutobiography…