UK-based tuner Overfinch has revealed its latest take on the Range Rover Sport SVR, adding a “Super” prefix to the performance SUV’s “Sport” moniker in the process. Meet the louder, carbon-clad "SuperSport SVR".

On the outside, each Overfinch SuperSport boasts unique bodypaint and swathes of added carbon-fibre. The most notable items finished in this lightweight material are the firm’s signature grille, the large bonnet and the revised front and rear bumpers. The latter item features a updated diffuser, which frames the SUV’s four tailpipes.

If the herringbone weave featured on the car you see here is not quite to your liking, you can specify the added carbon-fibre enhancements in a satin, gloss or what the tuner calls “crushed” finish.

As if the standard Range Rover Sport SVR’s supercharged V8 engine wasn’t loud enough, the folks over at the Leeds-based firm decided to add some extra drama to the exhaust note by ditching the standard stainless steel system in favour of a titanium unit.

A lightweight carbon-fibre air-induction system, which increases air flow to the 423 kW/700 N.m-strong 5,0-litre V8 petrol mill, further enhances performance, the company says.

The 22-inch Legerro alloys, which are not only the lightest wheels in Overfinch’s collection but also the widest, are included. Behind the gloss-black wheels you'll find uprated Brembo brakes, bringing the two-tonne SUV to a halt quicker than before.

This modified Range Rover Sport SVR will be limited to 25 models globally. However, the tuner says thanks to “infinite personalisation” options no two models will look the same, making each commissioned vehicle truly bespoke.

Original article from Car