Proudly enhancing a legend since 1975, Overfinch is the world’s leading authority in high performance derivatives of the Range Rover. The tuner’s approach is simple. Every single vehicle they produce is crafted having the customer in mind, creating solutions to even the most exacting of requirements and standards. By using an exhilarating mix of latest technology and precision engineering, they have consistently delivered sympathetic visual enhancements and unsurpassed performance. That’s what you’ll see in their latest project, a new power and body kit for the 2014 Range Rover.
The 2014 Range Rover receives from Overfinch an elegant looking carbon fiber body kit that includes and a more aggressive looking front bumper, with integrated LED daytime running lights and broader air intakes, side skirts, a restyled rear apron with an integrated diffuser, and a roof spoiler. The SUV also receives a Bluetooth-controlled "track mode". This mode has the task of opening the Twin Pulse Width Modulated (PWM) controlled electronic valves inside their new exhaust in order to get a sportier "soundtrack". Sporty is also the word that defines the new set of 22 or 23-inch alloy wheels.
The 2014 Range Rover upgraded by Overfinch is powered by the supercharged 5.0-litre 510 PS V8 engine. The Overfinch extraordinary a powerkit includes a re-mapped ECU and a bespoke sport exhaust system, which increase the horsepower output of the Range Rover Sport by 42 hp, reaching the total amount of 552 hp. No other details have been made public by now, not even the price of the upgrading pack.
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