Is this the tuning company's final ode to an icon?
The Land Rover Defender is one of the most iconic off-roaders in the world. It's been with us for many years now and one of the most popular tuning companies to work with the car is Overfinch. The tuning company has made some extraordinary creations based off the Defender for 40 years now. To commemorate this special moment between the two, and also to mark the end of production for the iconic off-roader, the tuning company has made a special limited edition Defender called the Overfinch Defender 40th Anniversary Edition.
Strictly limited to five units, the limited edition Defender receives Overfinch's famous hood lettering in polished black chrome. Inside, the car receives exquisite leather upholstery with the "40" crest embedded on the two-tone Recaro seat headrests. An Alpine navigation system, backup camera and digital radio are also included in the interior, making the Defender a one-of-a-kind. The fuel cap and door handles have also been specially machined in aluminum with the Overfinch name on them. This makes this particular set of Defenders stand out from other Overfinch creations. Other features include a SVX-spec front bumper with integrated LED lights, black satin-finished diamond-plated side sills and rear quarter panels.
A swing arm spare wheel, electric tow bar and special 18-inch diamond cut alloy wheels are also part of the package. How much is all of this limited edition English goodness? Over $100,000, which is around three times the price of a normal Defender (once converted to USD, of course). However, it looks absolutely stunning and we only pray that it will come to the United States…which it most likely won't.