Current news reported that Lumma Design has put in the CLR in the fourth-generation 2013 Range Rover. The German aftermarket specialists that are known for the wide-body kits have built a comprehensive package of the exterior and interior alterations, which will give an extra touch of class to the all Range Rover models. To start out, the Lumma Design improves the Range Rover 2013 with the 22 inch light-alloy sport wheels, presented in black and silver and also a stainless sport exhaust along with four tailpipes, obtainable for both diesel and gasoline engines.
Even though the latest Range Rover’s aluminum platform makes it up to around 420 kg lighter than its previous vehicle, Lumma Design has thought more weigh-saving wouldn’t hurt, presenting a wide range of carbon fiber elements. For example, its engine hood along with the integrated air-vents is made by carbon fiber. It’s now 30% lighter than the factory bonnet and can be colored in the similar color as the body or can be ordered in the carb0n-look format.
Lumma design presented a nice carbon fiber rear spoiler up, along with the other carbon fiber elements that are ranging from the mirror caps to a decorative strip on its front bumper and also side strips along with the door panels up to the hood cover in the carbon-look. Lumma Design also provides a sport front grille along with struts for people who want to customize their Range Rover more.
When you take a look inside of this vehicle, there will be high-quality upholstery, velour carpets together with leather edging and also double stitching, a custom trunk mat from the same material and also an aluminum pedal set anodized in silver. Moreover, the tuner is also now working on a wide-body kit for the 2013 Range Rover, dubbed as the CLR R that will be offered soon.