As long as companies keep thinking that to make a true overlander you have to keep adding stuff on, rather than taking stuff off, then the offerings will always be more of a popularity pitch than a truly utilitarian option for the micro niche that is the overlanding (as opposed to adventiure style) market.
If it piques some 10/12 owner's interest, then great. It looks very impressive and would no doubt be a great road bike but isn't my cup of tea, personally.
Adventure: it's an experience, not a style!
(so ride what you like, but ride it somewhere new!)