Lumma BMW CLR X 650 GT Goes to Geneva

The 2009 Geneva Auto Show will witness yet another bulked up vehicle, this time in the shape of a BMW. The German tuner Lumma Design will bring along to the show their new BMW X6 based CLR X 650 GT.

The CLR, as is the case with the regular X6 is built to stir one of two feelings. You either love it or you hate it. Not so different design from the previous Lumma CLR X 650, the GT does bring a few novelties.

Alterations start at the front with a carbon fibber lip spoiler with integrated day run lights. At the back, the GT got a new spoiler made of carbon fiber and painted in the same color as the matt black roof.

The BMW runs on 23 inch bicolor rims, shoed in 315/23 front and 315/25 rear high performance tires. The wheels of the car are combined with 35 mm lower suspension, available for cars with and without air cushioning.

The interior got a leather trim, performance-sports seats upholstered with leather and ultrasuede as well as a sport steering wheel with shift indicator display.

Along side the cosmetic changes, Lumma introduced the Gas Pedal Module for the vehicle. The system works in conjunction with the reprogrammed ECU and increases pedal response to make the GT even more responsive to the driver's commands. Thanks to it, you can squeeze a little bit more power from the 4.4l V8 powerplant.

So, now that you have seen what CLR X 650 GT brings to the table... What does it bring to the table? The answer is... nothing. The new tuned Lumma X6 is exactly the same car as the previous CLR 650. Except for the back spoiler and, of course, the GT particle in its name.
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