2011 Porsche Cayenne Becomes Lumma CLR 550 GT

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The new 2011 Porsche Cayenne has already entered the tuners’ crosshairs, with Lumma Design being one of the first modifiers to announce a tuning package for the German SUV.

The Cayenne has also been renamed, being dubbed the Lumma CLR 550 GT. The vehicle wears a special body kit that dramatically changes its appearance. At the front of the SUV, we find a new bumper, which comes with a bold design, uses carbon fiber elements and features LED daytime running lights as well ass quadruple fog lights, and a custom bonnet that uses materials like carbon fiber & Kevlar and features a set of air inlets that provide additional cooling for the engine.

Moving to the side of the car, we find bold wing extensions and new side skirts that guide the air through a specially designed channel to the rear brakes. Additional air vents in the door fixtures offer even more cooling.

At the rear of the vehicle, the tuner has fitted a new bumper that integrates a carbon fiber diffuser and three stainless steel tailpipes (the center pipe is flanked by two smaller ones). In addition to that the Cayenne uses a roof spoiler and a tailgate spoiler, both made of carbon fiber.

The CLR 550 GT rides on massive lightweight alloy rims, that come in a 23 inch size and feature a deep wheel hub. Customers can also choose 22 inch rims.

The modification pack also includes headlight rings and special taillight trims.

The new CLR 550 GT proves again that LUMMA Design is a trendsetter in its field. Immediately with the launch of the Porsche Cayenne, this car tuner offers an extensive transition as a sports car with loads of personality,” stated the press release.
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