If we believe Overfinch their creation of the Holland & Holland Range Rover is the best you can get if you are a hunter. Based on either the 5.0 litre Supercharged or TDV8 version of the 2010 Range Rover it is limited to only a hundred pieces per year. Holland & Holland – makers of sporting guns and rifles – was highly involved in releasing this SUV.
Each car is fitted with a specially commissioned plaque, featuring Holland & Holland’s trademark diamond inserts and royal scroll engraving. The exterior is outfitted with aerodynamic body enhancements including front grille, front bumper, rear bumper, side vents and new exhaust outlets. Colour coded mirrors, handles and side vents are available in four exterior paint colours; flint white, gulf blue metalic, tintern green or berberis aubergine metalic. Two-tone paintwork, similar to the Rolls-Royce Phantom, is also available.
The interior of the Overfinch Range Rover can be upgraded with new leatherwork in seven exclusive tones and three different wood finishes such as Olive Ash Gloss, European Burr Walnut with diamond pattern inlay and Piano Black Lacquer with silver inlays. The steering wheel has an ergonomic grip, steel inserts and is decorated with a design to match the engraving or the customer’s own gun.
Two special extras are a centre console in the rear of the vehicle and a gun cabinet in the back. The console features an integrated refrigerator with two full size bottles of champagne and is cold enough to hold a bucket of ice. It has additional capacity for storing controls for rear entertainment systems, power inverters for laptops and the crystal tumblers and flutes.
The gun cabinet is mounted in the back of the Holland & Holland Overfinch. It is outfitted with three drawers for storage of extra crystal tumblers and flutes, but also the customer’s own shotguns, cleaning kits and gun catridges.
Special needs or designs can be addressed to Overfinch. The price for this hunter’s car is £ 120,894 for export or £ 139,650 OTR in the UK.