Are you one of those individuals who looks at the Range Rover and thinks, “Almost, but not quite”? If so, then the Overfinch Velocity is what you’re looking for.
Since 1975, Overfinch has been modifying and customizing Range Rovers to meet the needs of the discerning driver. For the Velocity, they’ve pulled out all stops. You can request that your Velocity be built off of one of two bases—the $90,000 Range Rover, or the $200,00+ Autobiography or SVAutobiography. As a standard offering, the Velocity will be painted in Satin Obsidian, but for a bit more, customers can request a bespoke color. Outside of the color, customers will be getting a new body kit that includes a new grille, different bumpers, lower side skirts, a rear spoiler, a vented hood, a rear diffuser, new fender garnishes, and wheel arch trim.
The exterior is loaded with carbon fiber accents, with its characteristic herringbone pattern weave, or you can go with a “crushed’ carbon fiber look. Inside, the Velocity is completely done up in Ebony leather accented with light-gray stitching (this is another area that customers can opt for their own color combos). You can also opt for the “Lumiere” edition, which offers a hexagonal pattern in the leather.
As for performance, Overfinch is keeping the V8—but there’s no room to complain here as the engine boasts 557 horsepower. The Velocity also comes with 23-inch wheels as standard, but offers a number of finishes. Under those wheels, you can catch glimpses of the gold calipers. The dual-valve performance exhaust system is controlled through Bluetooth.
The Velocity is set to make its debut in the US at the Fort Lauderdale Boat Show and is being priced at $310,000. Only 10 examples of the Velocity will be made.