Lumma Design CLR SR Tuning Package for Range Rover Unveiled

Range Rover CLR SR by Lumma Design 6 photos
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Lumma Design has just revealed details of their latest custom body kit, designed to increase the appeal of the Range Rover Vogue. The package dubbed CLR SR adds aggression by the bucketload and has been officially presented during the Goodwood Festival of Speed.
A widebody look with sporty character is found for the British full-size SUV, thanks to things like a new carbon fiber hood, aggressive front bumper, side skirts, wider wheel arches and a rear bumper with integrated diffuser and a sports quad exhaust system with 105-millimeter pipes.

Of course, this isn't their first kit for the fourth generation Range Rover, that title belonging to the CLR. However, a new splitter, LED daytime running light bars and a gloss black grille make this different enough to old model.

To match the Range Rover's big personality, XXL-sized wheels are also part of the makeover, either 22 or 23 inches in diameter. On the left, the car in our photos has the larger of the sets, the LUMMA CLR 23 GT measuring 11 inches wide and wrapped in 305/30 R23 tires from Continental. The other wheel set on the right side of the car is the 5-spoke LUMMA Mono 22 R, slightly less tall but wider and fitted with Vredestein tires of 305/35 R22 size.

Engine upgrades are also available for the Range Rover Vogue. The Lummma D Box kit for V6 diesels adds 30 hp, is easy to install and costs just €749 plus VAT. No interior changes were detailed, but really, the tuner can make just about anything you like in this department.
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