Range Rover Overfinch China Edition

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Exclusive to the Chinese market, this massive yellow Range Rover by Overfinch is about as outrageous as a Range Rover gets.

UK-based Overfinch has been creating high performance derivatives of the Range Rover since 1975, and it seems a JLR dealership over in China has commissioned the specialist tuning firm to create this monstrous Range Rover 5.0-liter V8 SC Overfinch China Edition. Powered by a supercharged V8 that develops a healthy 503hp, the China Edition features China-yellow paint (think the stars in the Chinese flag), a lowered suspension, a host of aero parts, yellow-clad interior and custom-made seats.

Made to special order only, the Overfinch China Edition is priced at 3 million Yuan, (north of $470,000), which may well make it the most expensive Range Rover in Asia.

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