Atelier Overfinich presented tuning “package” for the Range Rover Sport SVR SUVMay 13, 2019
Tuning company Overfinich has carried out serious work on the modernization of the British Range Rover Sport SVR SUV. According to representatives of the brand, thanks to the “endless possibilities of personalization, the British SUV can be changed almost beyond recognition.” A total of 25 cars will be built.
The famous tuner Overfinich, which deals mainly with the modernization of the production models of the British brand Land Rover, presented its next project. The “charged” performance of the Range Rover Sport SVR SUV was chosen as the basis for the creation. The car received a lot of visual and technical updates, as well as a bold new name – SuperSport.
Each of the 25 units of this upgraded car, which will be manufactured in the near future, has a special color and a branded carbon fiber false radiator grille.
Lightweight material was used in the design of the front and rear bumpers, side sills, side vents, rear spoiler and hood, which are marked “OVERFINCH”. You can choose from several carbon fiber textures.
The 22-inch Leggero rims look good in the extended carbon fiber wheel arches. According to the company, forged wheels are the lightest and widest in the tuner collection. Look carefully behind them and you will see Brembo’s inflated brakes with eight-piston calipers. They, along with the titanium exhaust system and carbon fiber air intake system, are part of the SuperSport technical upgrades.
The salon also received several significant differences. Quilted leather, micropipes and an abundance of seams that are used throughout the interior. The seats are decorated with Overfinch badges, and the seatbacks are covered with carbon fiber herringbone.
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