LUMMA Design offers customized work for the 2013 Range Rover

Article by Anita Panait, on November 20, 2012

Tuning company LUMMA Design is now offering customized solutions for the new Range Rover, which is bound to be rolled out into dealerships in 2013. The German firm has designed the exclusive CLR R body kit just for the new Range Rover. The body kit features a front spoiler-bumper that has a large vent in the center and an integrated cup spoiler sword.

The body kit also features lateral design frames that enhances the daytime running lights. LUMMA Design also remodeled the front grill of the new Range Rover, giving the sports utlility vehicle a sporty yet dynamic look. This look is seamlessly continued, as indicated by LUMMA Design’s extra lightweight and sturdy full-carbon hood construction.

Interested buyers are given the option of having carbon fiber hood or a paint-finished one. LUMMA Design’s Range Rover also featured hot curves, as evidenced by the wider wheel arches on the front and rear axles as well as the extended side skirt panels that underscore the vehicle’s dynamic look compared to standard models.

The customized Range Rover is around 50 millimeters wider on each side. It also sports a bumper and diffuser in carbon with full-carbon tailpipe deflectors and an extended roof spoiler with additional brake light are featured at the rear. LUMMA Design’s bespoke Range Range is fitted with the tuner’s special wheels: model CLR 22 Mono with 12x22 dimensions and their 315/30-22 tires.

The Range Rover by LUMMA Design features a special sport suspension-lowering module that brings it around 40 millimeters closer to the ground. It also features a stainless steel sport exhaust system that provides it with enhanced performance as well as a throttle control system for improved sound.

LUMMA did not only improve the looks of the Range Rover but also managed to boost the power of its 5.0 liter gasoline engine from 510 to 540 hp. A performance package for the Range Rover’s engine will allow it to provide up to 560 hp. Performance packages for the diesel motors will follow.

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