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Range Rover Sport autobiography ivory nappa with black perforated nappa inserts

Range Rover

Meticulous attention to detail and the integrity of our manufacturing process ensures a unique and distinctive finish to our Range Rover leather seating. “It’s not enough for one part to be perfect – all of the parts in combination, and their unity, are what create something special.” Attention to every detail is vital; everything is explored, from the overall design aesthetic down to the tactile feel and sensuous smell to ensure that ultimate luxury is a part of your Range Rover.

For more information on bespoke interiors and to eliminate the wait for long factory lead-times get in touch!


Range Rover Models covered

Thank you for sorting the heated seats on the Polo, I was off yesterday but looks like you guys did a good job!!!

Will definitely use again.
★★★★
Dealer, VW
"The gent has just finished the T6 Interior and he has done an amazing job"
★★★★
Richard Hunt, Dealer
Very friendly and professional service. They go the extra mile when needed !!
★★★★★
, Mercedes Dealer
The work that was carried out was very thorough and fantastically finished. Will definitely be using your company in the future.
Matt Hill, VW Dealer
I asked these guys to remake 2 front seat headrests for my Ford Mustang in black leather with the Cobra emblem embroidered in the centre of them. Fantasic Job and would highly recommend to anyone!!
★★★★★
Nick, Private Individual
Many thanks for sorting out the Red and Black covers for us, the finished seats look great and the customer was very happy.
★★★★
Dealer, Dealer
The fitters I dealt with on Saturday have done great job on my new leather interior, we are delighted with the quality and finish. Thanks to everyone involved and I'll certainly recommend TRIMTECHNIK to anyone who asks.
★★★★
Anthony Moorby, Individual
Very efficiently dealt with and completed on schedule.

Your fitter was exemplary in his service - a credit to your business!!
★★★★★
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