The Porsche Cayenne II is considered as the logical continuation of Cayenne I, its precedent vehicle model, with an even enhanced appearance. The Cayenne II is a bit longer than the Cayenne I, increasing the wheelbase, with around 180 kg (400 lb.) less of weight while still having approximately two metric tons.
LUMMA Design, a traditional tuning factory based in Winterlingen, Germany, launches its variant of the new Cayenne, an SUV with conscious vehicle body kit dubbed as CLR 558 GT.
It consists of spoiled front bumper with air inlet frames, which can be found together with side sills with door supports, front and rear wheel arch enlargements, and diffusers on the rear bumper. Furthermore, an installation kit for fog lamps is optionally available in LED technics. In addition, the engine bonnet with its lateral air outlets is composed of carbon/Kevlar, which is weight optimizing.
LUMMA also offers additional longish shaped lamps for daytime, a lowering module for air suspended vehicles of up to 40 mm (1 1/2 in.), a rear spoiler lip in carbon or matching the paint work colored, and a complete sports exhaust system with central 3-part stainless steel end pipe and sportive sound.
Additionally, an adapted pre-muffler (only when attached to the mentioned above car body kit) is available only for export. The vehicle has multipart wheels in 10x22 in. rear and in front, with colored outer tire beds and tires in 295/30-22 including wheel spacing kit all around.
Inside the vehicle are two-part aluminum pedals set for throttle and braking controls (all models with tiptronic) with integrated anti-slip rubber nobs and milled foot pedals, aluminum foot rest that matches the nobs, and four-part door sill panel that is set with illuminated logo of LUMMA.