This Range Rover Velar Has A £21,000 Body Kit

Long-standing Range Rover and Land Rover tuner Overfinch has released a new series of Velar modifications, but they don’t come cheap
This Range Rover Velar Has A £21,000 Body Kit

The world of aftermarket parts is as full of choice as it could possibly be. If you’re modifying a car there are probably parts to suit your budget. You’d better hope your Lotto numbers drop if you want these, though.

Overfinch has launched this new range of fairly modest (by tuner standards) but striking bodywork mods for the Range Rover Velar. From 22-inch wheels and a rear spoiler to a diffuser, front outer grille surrounds, a splitter, a carbon grille, the full set will cost you a minimum of £16,749 if you take everything in ‘Technical Composite.’ Plastic, then. And for that much, you don’t even get tyres on the wheels.

This Range Rover Velar Has A £21,000 Body Kit

If you plump for carbonfibre all round and some Toyo Proxes tyres on the diamond-turned Estrella wheel option, it’s £21,599. You could buy a mid-spec Mazda MX-5 with the 181bhp 2.0-litre engine for that much. Clearly these parts are aimed at the, err, wealthier buyer.

This Range Rover Velar Has A £21,000 Body Kit

Each piece is available individually for the first time; a decision Overfinch doesn’t usually take. If you just fancy the splitter or grille, you can take it.

There’s no sign of any performance modifications yet. We wouldn’t bet against them following soon enough, though.



Nice but I prefer the SVA

02/18/2019 - 14:41 |
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bernice stockstill

In reply to by Anonymous (not verified)

hah, SVR the best!

02/18/2019 - 15:53 |
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Track Broseff

Imagine how many miatas you could get for that money!

02/18/2019 - 14:44 |
4 | 0

21 NAs
Maybe 10 NBs.
Around 4-5 NCs
And 1 used ND MX5

02/18/2019 - 14:53 |
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Ben Anderson 1

Clearly these parts are aimed at the, err, wealthier buyer.

The $2.1m for the first Toyota Supra I can understand because it’s something special AND It was for charity. This? This isn’t merely for the wealthy; it’s for the wealthy and criminally stupid.

02/18/2019 - 15:57 |
44 | 4

Don’t agree tbh. If you’re going to get an SUV a range rover to me is classier than a supercar branded monstrosity. If you then want to make it special, because let’s face it it’s a popular choice something like this adds something that’s going to make it almost unique on the road. And you’ve still spent less than some of the top end SUVs out there. If I had cash to collect supercars something like might be my daily.

02/18/2019 - 18:40 |
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White Comet

errr… SUV? gross…

02/18/2019 - 18:02 |
0 | 2

Why would anybody waste their money on this awful body kit, somebody please tell me!

02/18/2019 - 19:06 |
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Callum Luker

How many will buy only the Overfinch badge then?

02/18/2019 - 20:20 |
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Muhammad Haqy Aunoora


02/19/2019 - 04:11 |
10 | 0

ahah! Yeah, too small ))

02/19/2019 - 08:26 |
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