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2013 Range Rover Targeted by Lumma Design

The brand new Range Rover is a prime target for the aftermarket industry, especially since many tuners have been “making a living” just from the Land Rover lineup of models. Lumma Design isn’t such a case, since they’ve made widebody conversions of everything from Lamborghinis to BMWs, but they just couldn’t pass up another great projects.
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2013 Range Rover by Lumma2013 Range Rover by Lumma
Their tuning program for the 2013 Range Rover, just recently revealed at the Paris Motor Show in September, targets the exterior by giving it that fake coupe look through wider arches, hue wheels and lowered ride height.

The kit also includes a new carbon fiber hood, aggressive front bumper, side skirts, wider wheel arches and a rear bumper with integrated diffuser and rectangular exhaust.

Lumma chose to call their creation the “CLR R” and fitted it with 22-inch CLR 22 Mono wheels with 315/30-22 tires, but only after fitting a lowering suspension system.

Of course, you can’t make a sports SUV without targeting the engine, and so, the mighty 5-liter supercharged V8 is now making up to 560bhp. They are also working on packages for the diesel engines.

 
 
 
 
 

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