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The Overfinch Country Pursuits Concept Car

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July 1, 2008

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July 2, 2008 Making its debut today at Salon Prive Luxury and Supercar Show at the Hurlingham Club in London is the Country Pursuits Concept (CPC) car from Overfinch Bespoke Vehicles – an extensively modified Range Rover aimed at the upper echelons of sports-loving society. The no-expense-spared CPC comes with a 470 bhp 4.2 litre engine and an enhanced suspension system to lower the car 20cm at speed or raise it 25cm under extreme off road conditions. There’s also a fully integrated fridge and the pictured Olive Ash removable gun box with three sliding drawers which will hold a bespoke gun case, cartridges and crystal glass drinking set.

The car which is based on a brand new Vogue SE will be available in October for the princely sum of UKP143,950 (US$287,000)

The car features an exclusive mica pearlescent Aubergine paint colour combined with a totally different interior ambiance, created in collaboration with a professional Colour & Materials Design consultancy, together with an uncompromisingly full luxury specification that still caters for off-road work means that this vehicle is more than ever the “all purpose, all season Supercar” – a phrase coined by Country Life magazine when testing the company’s 570T model in 1982.

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