Land Rover Defender 40th Anniversary Edition Overfinch-1

After 67 glorious years, the iconic Land Rover Defender will cease production by the end of this year. Land Rover specialists Overfinch, is paying tribute to the Defender with the introduction of the 40th Anniversary Edition Defender. It’s limited to just five units, each with a specially numbered plaque.

Outside, enhancements include polished black chrome “Overfinch” letterings on the bonnet and tailgate, LED daytime running lights and spot lamps, aluminium fuel caps and door handles with “Overfinch” engravings and a prominent front grille. Chequered plating side sills are also available.

Behind, it gets a swing-away arm bracket for the spare wheel, LED lighting, a rear step bumper with an electric tow bar and painted mirror backs. The Defender sits on gloss black 18-inch Apollo alloy wheels with a diamond-turned face.

Inside, the Defender 40th Anniversary Edition is enhanced with Bridge of Wier leather with Cirrus leather inserts applied to the cubby box lid, grab handles, headliner, dashboard and Recaro bucket seats. The seats also feature a “40th” insignias stitched on to them.

Furthermore, it receives sport-style instrument dials, an Alpine double-din headunit with Bluetooth, satellite navigation, DAB radio and a reverse camera. As part of Overfinch Control Pack, leather is applied to the gearknob, range selector, handbrake and steering wheels. The pedals below are fashioned from aluminium.

“The Defender is arguably the world’s most famous car and Overfinch is the global leader in Land Rover enhancements, so it is fitting that the original Land Rover marks our 40th anniversary.” said Overfinch chairman Kevin Sloane. The limited edition Defenders are priced at over £70,000 (RM446,250).