The Overfinch Heritage Defender has been created as a resto-mod vehicle for avid Land Rover fans to admire from afar or perhaps even look into obtaining.
The vehicle is based on a 1992 Land Rover Classic 110 V8 Soft Top and maintains the rugged form of the original, but with all the modern-day amenities drivers have come to expect. This includes a GM LT1 6.2-liter V8 engine that pumps out 471-horsepower and 456lb-ft of torque with an eight-speed automatic transmission to boot. Featuring LED headlights and taillights, the vehicle boasts 18-inch Apollo wheels paired with BF Goodrich all-terrain tires.
The Overfinch Heritage Defender is rounded out with Recaro sportster front seats that are trimmed in Ebony luxury leather, a touchscreen interface that supports Android Auto and Apple CarPlay, and more.
The Overfinch Heritage Defender is Based on a 1992 Model
1. Rugged Resto-mod Vehicles - Resto-mod vehicles with a modern twist are gaining popularity among Land Rover fans and can offer opportunities for aftermarket customization and modification services.
2. Off-road Luxury - The combination of rugged, off-road capabilities and luxury upgrades like leather interiors is becoming a sought-after trend in the automotive industry.
3. High-performance Classics - Upgrading classic vehicles with high-performance engines and modern technology is a trend that can appeal to both vintage car collectors and enthusiasts.
1. Automotive - The automotive industry can capitalize on the trend of creating resto-mod vehicles, and offer customers accessories and upgrades for their classic cars.
2. Aftermarket Modification - The trend towards resto-mod vehicles presents an opportunity for the aftermarket modification industry to offer bespoke customization and hi-tech restorations.
3. Luxury Goods - The modern twists in the Overfinch Heritage Defender indicate an opportunity for the luxury goods industry to capitalize on the combination of a luxurious driving experience and off-road adventure.