Atelier Lumma showed AMG G 63 with six tailpipesApril 24, 2019
For the SUV developed a new kit and reconfigured branded engine control unit
German tuning studio Lumma Design presented a package of improvements LUMMA CLR G770 for the new Mercedes-AMG G 63 and Mercedes-Benz G 500. It included a completely new aerodynamic body kit, interior accessories, 24-inch wheels, an auxiliary engine control unit and exhaust system with six nozzles.
Mercedes-Benz G-Class in the performance of the LUMMA CLR G770 stands out primarily aggressive body kit. The SUV has a new front bumper with four strips of running lights and a spoiler, 40 mm wide wheel arches, side skirts and a rear bumper with a diffuser. In addition, you can order a spare wheel cover with a company logo, an overlay for the hood, a rear spoiler and install LED lighting on the roof. 24-inch wheels use 295/30 tires in the front and 355/25 tires in the rear.
The package includes wheel spacers and work on painting brake calipers, as well as a set of aluminum pedals and salon mats with edging made of genuine leather. An auxiliary control unit, the LUMMA Powerbox, is responsible for the increase in recoil of the stock of a twin-turbine engine 4.0 V8 (585 hp and 850 Nm of torque): with it the increase is 65 hp and 110 Nm of torque. For the G 500 (532 hp and 750 Nm of the moment) promise an increase of 110 hp and 140 Nm of the moment.
The cost of a package of improvements LUMMA CLR G770 – about 11 thousand euros
In 2017, Lumma Design showed how you can change the appearance of the Range Rover Velar. The CLR GT Limited Edition body kit included overlays for wheel arches, a new hood with air vents, a rear spoiler, as well as carbon-fiber “skirts”, a grille, front air intake elements and a rear diffuser
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