Mercedes-Benz G-Class received another cool tuningDecember 11, 2019
The well-known studio Lumma Design decided to present another project based on the German SUV Mercedes-Benz G-Class. For the legend, they developed an aerodynamic body kit, which is 100% made of carbon fiber.
Atelier Lumma Design is known for its love of quite extravagant projects, which are based on the recently presented expensive sports SUVs. The company is far from new to this business and for their next project they took the currently relevant version of the German full-size SUV Mercedes-Benz G-Class. The resulting car is designated CLR G770.
Specialists created for the SUV a stylish rear spoiler, which is located on the roof, a spare wheel cover, as well as a modified hood, which received a new design. All these parts are made of carbon fiber and have a lacquered bare carbon finish.
In addition, the SUV now has a bar directly above the windshield with four LEDs and new mirror covers, and carbon fiber door handles. As standard, the upgraded G-Class has 22-inch forged wheels fitted with 325/35 tires, but Lumma Design recommends using 23-inch forged wheels with 305/35 tires. Both kits use “special spacers” developed by the company.
The CLR G770 is based on the high-performance version of the Mercedes-AMG G63 SUV and features six side tailpipes with chrome or black trim. Inside, you’ll find new carbon fiber sports pedals.
Lumma Design does not say how much their upgrade package costs for the German legend.
Not so long ago, we wrote that the armored Mercedes-Benz G-Class W463 became available for purchase. According to the developers, the car’s armor is able to cope with the machine gun burst and even a mine explosion under the hood.
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