The 60th Anniversary limited edition Land Rover has been transformed using teak wood and distressed tan leather.
Famed for rolling out heavily modified Range Rovers for the rich and famous, Leeds-based tuning house Overfinch has revealed its latest project based on the limited-run Land Rover Defender 90 SVX. A host of unique specs came with the 60th Anniversary edition of the rugged off-roader, including a special soft top, but this particular model has been made even more exclusive thanks to a comprehensive Overfinch overhaul that includes a custom intercooler for improved performance.
The exterior gets a string of modifications including a Santorini Black paintjob, color-coded roll cage, hood, headlamp surrounds, mirror backs and front grille, contrasting hood and grille, an Overfinch front bumper with LED and additional spot lamps, and rear LED crystal lights. The Overfinch 90 SVX sits on a set of 18-inch Apollo wheels finished in satin black with a diamond-turned face, and sports Union Jack enamel badging and a checker plate sill kit. The rear load space decking has been built from the finest marine-grade teak and black caulking, and comes with a lockable storage drawer, special plaque, lashing points for cargo and space for the spare wheel.
Inside, the cabin has been upholstered in custom leather in distressed tan with black detailing and stitching, and boasts Recaro front seats with gloss-black painted shells as well as a unique teak veneer design. The gear selectors, handbrake and pedals have been finished in machined and polished aluminum, while Overfinch fitted its own instrument pack, steering wheel, cubby box, and luxury mats. The British aftermarket firm has priced the Overfinch Defender 90 SVX at £54,990 and is available for purchase now.