Overfinch is known as one of the oldest, and most prestigious Range Rover customizers, adding a touch of bespoke to almost every high-end product coming from Whitley, Coventry.
Their latest offering dials up the Range Rover Autobiography Long Wheelbase’s luxurious panache, appealing to those looking for a truly exquisite experience while driving (or being driven). As opposed to their last project, the Range Rover Sport SVR-based Supersport, the London Edition focuses exclusively on luxury, offering a bespoke cabin with outstanding attention to detail.
Inspired by London’s skyline, the Range Rover’s interior was adorned with artwork depicting London’s instantly recognizable architectural features. It also features 5,500 individual wood veneer pieces, various machined sill plates, rotary dial insert, and commissioning plaque.
Overfinch says it took hundreds of man hours to create this stylish one-off, with 250 hours dedicated solely to the Art Deco-inspired skyline marquetry.
Even though the vehicle’s magnum opus is its interior, the British customizer spent some energy designing a new body kit as well. Featuring carbon-fiber air intakes, redesigned front and rear bumper, as well as a new grille and 22-inch Tora wheels, the package looks subtle and underwhelming (as opposed to what’s inside).
But if the London Edition isn’t for you, Overfinch also offers the Manhattan Edition, offering exactly the same traits, but with Manhattan’s skyline and landmarks embedded in the veneer. The cost of owning one of these two unique coachbuilds is £249,990 ($318,346).