Lumma Design Improves New Range Rover With Carbon Fiber [Photo Gallery]
Of course, the Range Rover was supposed to be a real off-roader. The sort of luxury features you got with early models included carpets and leather on the steering wheel. But the fourth generation model which was announced last year is positively packed with toys and most owners will say it's a shame to ruin it with dirt and rocks.
That's sort of attitude to modern SUVs the only way to justify what Lumma Design has done to this one. It's been kitted out with carbon fiber and gets the best 22-inch light alloy wheels they had at their disposal.
The 2013 RR can be equipped with a carbon fiber hood, new side blades, a redesigned grille and a variety of other accessories include mirror caps, front bumper trim and tailgate appliques that replace the regular chrome.
The tuning company says it's now started work on a wide body kit for the Range Rover which will be available shortly.
Does this supercharged, carbon fiber infused arabian knight flip your boat, of does it leave it dead in the water?
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