Restomods are becoming ever more popular, and each time these builds are leveling up. Take Overfinch's latest creation, for example. The Land Rover tuner recently revealed a 1993 Range Rover LSE restored to better than new condition. There's also a secret upgrade under the hood. It no longer uses the original Land Rover powerplant. Instead, it's powered by an American V8.

Overfinch will sell you a “new” 1993 Range Rover with 435 HP V8 image

It's called the Range Rover Field Edition, and it comes with all the posh upgrades Overfinch can think of. On the outside, the body remains relatively unchanged from the original model. It underwent a full restoration, leaving no nut and bolt unchanged. However, they retained the original Emerald Green exterior paint it came with. The company then fitted new project headlights to give the SUV a modern touch. It also rides on 16-inch Overfinch wheels color-matched to the body.

Overfinch will sell you a “new” 1993 Range Rover with 435 HP V8 image

While it may look original, Overfinch also strengthened and upgraded the suspension, brakes, and differentials. The changes were made to accommodate the new powertrain – a 6.2-liter LS3 V8. Power output is rated at 435 horsepower and is paired with a 6-speed automatic gearbox. There's also a custom exhaust to hear the V8 motor sing.

Overfinch will sell you a “new” 1993 Range Rover with 435 HP V8 image

Inside, the cabin has been given a thorough makeover featuring a brown interior and new seats. There's even a handcrafted walnut gun cabinet, space for your alcohol, and a humidor for cigars at the rear. To complement the upscale interior, there are touches of aluminum all around. To add some modernity, Overfinch fitted a new infotainment system and a matching sound system.

Overfinch will sell you a “new” 1993 Range Rover with 435 HP V8 image

Given all the modifications Overfinch made to this Range Rover Field Edition, expect it to cost a lot. If you want this particular Range Rover, be prepared to shell out GBP 285,000 or roughly PHP 19,400,000. It's a lot, especially for an old Range Rover. But at least you'll stand out from the rest with this one, right?