Lumma Design: Bodykit News

MySpin: Australian cars community MySpin 2 years ago


LUMMA Design has debuted their LUMMA CLR G 800, the first wide-body conversion for the new Mercedes GLE Coupé.

The twin-turbo V8 engine needs to breathe deeply, and the front and side intakes of the LUMMA Sport lightweight carbon-fibre bonnet help to provide more ram intake air and better cooling. Embellished with carbon-fibre inserts, the deeper LUMMA side skirts visually connect the wider front and rear arches, the latter featuring brake cooling ducts.

LUMMA Design has sharpened its silhouette and edges, giving it a sort of confident street appeal that’s popular with buyers in the Middle East and Asia

All constituent parts of this conversion are manufactured from high quality carbon-fibre or OEM quality PU RIM, and use the original factory mounting points where applicable.


LUMMA Porsche Cayenne

LUMMA Design has made ​​the new Porsche Cayenne in carmine red. Here, the new LUMMA exterior parts are used. For the sporty road handling of the vehicle.

RED!!! The effect of red is 7 times higher than that of other colours. But here the effect is higher thanks to the LUMMA Design exterior components.

The newly developed sports hood CLR 2 is made ​​entirely of the ultra-light and high-strength material carbon.
It has two outlets, which derives heat from the engine compartment to the outside and also effectively highlights the sporty look of the vehicle.


LUMMA Range Rover LWB

LUMMA Design is the first tuner to offer a broad-build body kit for the Range Rover long version type LWB (Long Wheelbase), with a wheelbase elongated by 20 centimetres as compared to the "normal" Range Rover.

"Heavy" is the right word for the LUMMA Design wheel-arch enlargements and door attachments – in the very best sense. The combination makes the long version of the British luxury off-road vehicle about 50 millimetres wider ( on either side )

The front of the new LUMMA CLR R wide-body Range Rover LWB is characterised by a powerful front spoiler bumper with awe-inspiring air inlets, LUMMA-typical LED-double daytime running lights and double headlights just above the lane.

In addition to this, LUMMA Design gives the Range Rover a new front grille and a full-carbon sport look motor cowl with central air exhaust openings. The counterpart at the rear forms a rear bumper with integrated diffuser. The latter does not narrow down the useful value of the Range Rover.

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