Two ultra-exclusive and one-off Range Rovers have been painstakingly handcrafted by synonymous customisers Overfinch. They are called the Manhattan and the London.
Starting with the flagship Autobiography V8L (LWB), the Manhattan and London are two showcases of Overfinch’s ability, with each taking 250 hours to complete. That explains the expense of £249,990 or $410k when converted to AUD. Just the thing for when a Bentley Bentayga isn’t exclusive enough, or you already took the plunge on a Rangie and want to make it more so.
Overfinch has put over 5500 fabricated parts into the interior, with wood veneer, stainless steel and even Abalone shells forming the masterpiece. As we can see, mosaics of the eponymous cities are overlaid onto the woodgrain in an artistic and stylish manner. Overfinch has gone to extraordinary lengths to ensure this is an opulent and serene place to sit.
Externally, nothing overly garish is added, as Overfinch does not equal overkill. A carbon fibre grille, some 22-inch wheels and bespoke badging encompass the majority of the changes here but the Leeds-based company could provide a more ostentatious treatment if a customer so desired.