A charged Audi RS Q8 looks very bold in tuning from the Lumma studio.June 16, 2020
Thanks to the efforts of experts from the Lumma tuning studio, the high-performance German Audi RS Q8 crossover received an aerodynamic carbon fiber body kit and an increase in power.
High-performance crossovers are gaining more and more popularity these days. German Audi introduced the most powerful version of its flagship crossover Q8, which received the designation RS Q8. In this version, the car looks more sporty and aggressive, but sometimes the aggressive style does not go far enough for some customers. This is where Lumma offers visual upgrades inside and out for the RS Q8. Lumma also gives the crossover a performance boost.
The “package” of modernization from the Lumma studio, which received the designation CLR 8 RS, adds several visual improvements to the large crossover, which consist of carbon front and rear wheel arch extensions, a three-component carbon rear edge and diffuser, a roof spoiler, a front spoiler edge and much more .
The remaining carbon elements are located on the door panels and taillights – they complement the aggressive look of the car. Inside, Lumma added a set of pedals made of anodized aluminum, floor mats with the Lumma logo and completely sheathed the interior with high-quality leather.
Lumma’s special engine power control module maximizes 103 horsepower from the 4.0-liter twin-turbo V8 engine. and 110 Nm, respectively – now, the engine boasts 694 hp. (910 Nm). The car also received a four-pipe sports exhaust system that helps the engine breathe better. Customers can get tailpipes in carbon or black.
Lumma offers its “package” for 38,000 euros. This is a huge amount of money in excess of the starting price for RS Q8 in the amount of 100 228 euros. Lumma will begin offering the CLR 8 RS package in the fourth quarter of this year.
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