Famed Range Rover tuner Overfinch is the latest firm to release a tuned Evoque model - and it's launched its 2012 GTS range with the reveal of a dramatic £89,995 vehicle based on the Evoque Dynamic Plus Coupe.
Are there any mechanical changes to the Overfinch Evoque?
Not yet: Overfinch currently uses the stock diesel and petrol engines, meaning the most powerful diesel produces 190hp and the sole petrol version produces 240hp.
What wheels does the Overfinch Evoque GTS use?
The wheels are 22-inch Overfinch Harrier rims, which are finished in diamond-turned gloss black.
What has Overfinch done to the interior of the Evoque?
The unique seats are trimmed in full Lotus White leather and are adorned with the famous Overfinch logo.
Does the Overfinch Evoque GTS carry any special branding?
Overfinch branding is also carried on the front and rear of the Range Rover Evoque - the bonnet leading edge lettering replaces the traditional 'Range Rover' lettering.
What else did the Overfinch boss say?
'The sculpted aero styling of the Evoque 2012 GTS and the 22-inch Harrier alloy wheels are tasteful but significant additions that add another dimension and a level of exclusivity to an already outstanding car.'
Does Overfinch have form with Range Rover?
Overfinch rightly calls itself the original Range Rover tuner: it's been doing this since 1975. It is dedicated solely to Land Rover and operates worldwide.
Didn't Overfinch hit trouble a while back?
It did, but today's Overfinch is owned by Autobrokers Ltd of Leeds. It acquired the business and its assets in 2010 and is now set on relaunching the famous brand - and the dramatic Overfinch Evoque GTS is to form a key part of this revival. Order books are open now and deliveries will commence from the autumn.