Lumma Offers a Widebody Kit for the BMW 7 Series

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Lumma Design is introducing a widebody kit for the 2010 BMW 7 Series, offering an aggressive appearance to the the German saloon.

The front of the vehicle has received a new fascia that comes with grid inserts, fog lights and LED daytime running lights. Moving to the side of the saloon, we find wheel arch extensions, door attachments, apron corners and new side skirts that are combined to offer a wider appearance. At the rear of the car the tuning house has fitted a diffuser that offers additional downforce.

The kit also includes multiple carbon applications, with the list including exterior mirror caps, a kidney front grille frame, door handle covers, boot lid trim and four-piece pillar trim for the doors and mud guards.

The custom sedan rides on 22 inch lightweight alloy rims that use high-performance 265/30 tires for the front and 295/25 ones for the rear.

The interior has been upgraded with an aluminum two-piece pedal set with a matching footrest, as well as special floormats with the Lumma logo.

The kit is destined for both the standard and the long wheelbase incarnations of the 7 Series.

LUMMA Design gives the BMW 7 Series a wider look. The unique aerodynamics package lends the luxury limousine a more self-assured appearance, without neglecting the Munich model’s elegant design or making it come across as flashy. Selected applications made from genuine carbon and 22 inch light alloy wheels ensure that the BMW with its noble finish exhibits independence while staying true to its sportiness. Aluminium in the interior lends an individual touch,” stated the press release.
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