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Ferrari has issued a press release regarding the new convertible Ferrari (I say convertible LaFerrari because it has not been given an official name as of yet). The technical details of the hypercar are still under wraps, but they do say that all examples have already been sold after a special preview.
Ferrari also informs in the press release that it will be available with both a soft top and carbon fiber hard top. Those expecting performance numbers to change will be delighted to know that Ferrari says it has the “same running gear and performance figures as the original LaFerrari.” This was done through extensive modifications made to the chase.
For over 40 years, Overfinch has been elevating Range Rovers into bespoke objects of desire. Now this world-renowned brand has a base in the USA.
It takes confidence to remove the manufacturer’s name from a vehicle and replace it with your own. But in the case of Overfinch, whose jewel-like enamelled letters adorn the hood of the world’s most sought-after Range Rovers, that confidence is fully justified. And now, with the arrival of a wholly-owned Overfinch subsidiary in the USA, customers in North America can enjoy Overfinch quality and style for themselves.
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