A ONE-OFF Ferrari-inspired Overland Defender has gone on sale, with a number of Italian touches incorporated into the British Icon.
The 2015 model stands as one of the latest Defenders ever built, and following a build programme led by Overland, remains one of the most unique offerings yet.
Currently on sale from John Holland in Sheffield, South Yorkshire, the vehicle comes complete with a Rossa Corsa paint scheme and Ferrari Crema leather interior teamed with hand stitched embroidery. Besides the matter of £69,900, it could be all yours.
Beyond styling, Overland have remapped the 2.2-litre turbodiesel to produce 225 bhp, while an upgraded intercooler has been installed to cope with the extra grunt, while further back lies a new de-cat sports exhaust,. An uprated anti-roll bar, custom Eibach springs and adjustable Blistein shocks improve handling.
On the tech front, a carbon-dipped centre console comes complete with a cockpit ignition switch, push button start and an Alpine sound system with Bluetooth capability and audio streaming.
Other highlights of the car include 20 inch Manta Sport alloys finished in Santorini Black, a front and rear RDX LED white light lit, LED headlight conversion with halo spot lights, 3 mm black chequer plate, Overland 3D lettering in black, and a Momo Trek R steering wheel trimmed in Crema-tinged leather.