New Range Rover by Lumma Design

LUMMA Design is one of the first tuners to preview their tuning program for the new Range Rover.

The CLR R body kit includes a more aggressive front bumper with a large vent in the center, carbon fibre bonnet, revised grille, side skirts, wider wheel arches, a roof spoiler with an additional brake light, carbon fibre rear bumper with an integrated diffuser and new exhaust tips.

New wheel arches make the Range Rover about 50mm wider on each side and are accommodating huge 22-inch alloys wrapped with 315/30-22 tyres.

A special sport suspension-lowering module brings the Range Rover 40 millimeters closer to the asphalt.

Top of the range 5.0-litre supercharged V8 can also be upgraded from 510 hp to 560 hp. Performance package for diesels will be offered as well.

In addition to exterior updates a new exclusive interior package is also planned.

The first body kits will be available from April 2013.


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