Land Rover tuning house Overfinch has revealed a modified Range Rover to celebrate Lunar New Year.
Overfinch will produce eight examples in total of the Dragon Edition for customers across the world.
CarBuzz reports pricing will start from US$250,000 (A$382,700) with customers able to have the bespoke treatment applied to either the Range Rover SV or Autobiography.
The special Range Rover features carbon-fibre exterior elements, Overfinch badging on the bonnet, as well as a unique 24-inch wheel design with a dragon at the centre.
Inside, Overfinch the seats feature upholstery with a dragon scale-like texture, plus a large, stitched dragon and the Chinese symbol for dragon.
The dashboard hasn’t been neglected either, with a large dragon on the glove compartment.
The shifter features a dragon-head design. There’s also a large dragon on the retractable cover in front of the centre console bin.
Each vehicle is stamped with a unique “Dragon Edition (build number)/8” badge on the centre tunnel and on the illuminated side skirts.
The seats feature Fortune Red and Ebony-coloured upholstery, however customers can tailor this to their individual preferences.
The second row captain’s chairs are also finished in Fortune Red upholstery, and are separated by a full-length console finished in gloss black and Fortune Red.
Dragons feature on the rear seats, too, as well as on the centre divider.
There are two passenger screens attached to the front seatbacks.
Rolls-Royce also recently revealed a series of four cars paying homage to Lunar New Year. Three Phantom Extended models and one Cullinan were created for the cultural event, also emblazoned with dragons.