Lumma E50 CLR based on the 2010 Mercedes-Benz E-Class

Article by Christian A., on August 26, 2010

Would you like to upgrade your 2010 Mercedes-Benz E-Classe W 212? If so, here is Lumma Design's E50 CLR package for your consideration. The tuning specialists at Lumma have brought aesthetic modifications as well as a power upgrade. To give the sedan a sportier look, Lumma made several aerodynamic changes.

Modifications to the car's appearance include the following: a front spoiler bumper with integrated daylights, slightly unnoticeable side skirts (optional available with LED-entrance lighting) and design sport fender with integrated vents and a high gloss polished fin made of aluminum.

To its bodykit, Lumma also added a lip spoiler and a sporty rear valance bumper with separate diffuser (optional available made of Carbon). The trunk lid now has an integrated rear spoiler tearing edge and elongated changeover to the bumper, which is made of Carbon/Kevlar.

The package boasts a new set of wheels. Lumma light metal rims "Racing Edition" size 9x20" and 10.5x20" were fitted with high performance tires from Michelin size 245/30-20 and 285/25-20.

Lumma lowered the E-Klasse by nearly 25 mm. With regards to power upgrade, the performance has been brought up to 316Kw (450 hp) and 550 Nm torque. Lumma claims that its D-Box, available for all Diesel types, gives an increased efficiency of about 20 percent.

For improved response of the accelerator, Lumma installed a GPM-Powermodul. The exhaust system is now made of stainless steel with 4x90 mm end pipes. Inside, the E50 CLR features a pedal-set for accelerator and brake pedal and emergency brake made of milled aluminum with non-slip rubber naps.

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