Lumma Design showed tuning kit for Land Rover DefenderSeptember 15, 2020
Lumma Design has revealed a set of improvements for the Land Rover Defender. The resulting SUV is called the Lumma CLR LD.
the specialists of the tuning company increased the SUV’s suspension by 30 mm, and also expanded the front and rear parts by 40 mm. Along with this, the tuned model has acquired a revised grille, front splitter and bonnet pads. All parts, in turn, can also be made from carbon fiber.
The SUV also received two spotlights on the roof, a “refreshed” design of the rear apron, different wheels and air intakes on the front fenders. The atelier offers a choice of 19- and 23-inch wheels with different tire options. As for the interior of the CLR LD (the atelier did not publish its images), then there will be aluminum pedals, original floor mats, all-leather trim and much more. In addition, the tuners have installed a new sports exhaust system on the SUV.
Lumma Design said the new kit is for Land Rover’s 5.0-liter V8 engine producing 617bhp. (750 Nm), which is currently being developed by a British company. There is no information about the cost and date of the beginning of sales of the set of improvements.
In addition, it was recently noted that a crazy roadster was made from a 2005 Chevrolet Colorado pickup. It should be emphasized that this car will be sold at the Mecum auction, which is to be held in November this year.
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