German tuner Lumma Design has transformed the BMW X6 into the Lumma CLR X 650. The program for the X6 includes the usually parts for the interior, exterior and the technical setup.
Lumma offers its Lumma D-Box for all diesel engines. This means that drivers can now enjoy a full 340hp while maximum torque has been increased to 670 Newton meters. The Lumma accelerator pedal power module ensures sportier response and the four-pipe sports exhaust roars from its matt black X6M-style tailpipes.
The front spoiler, rear bumper, side skirts, sporty looking bonnet and rear spoiler are part of the Lumma CLR X 650 body kit. In addition, real carbon applications, including the rear lip, mirror covers, front kidneys and headlamp visors were installed.
Thanks to the sports spring kit at both axles, the Lumma CLR X 650 is around 40 millimeters lower. The sports rims outfitted to the SUV size 10×22 inch at the front and 12×22 inch at the rear and are accompanied by high-performance tires of size 295/30 and 335/25.
Not just two, but four individual Recaro sports shell seats can be spotted within the interior. The interior includes leather upholstery in black and beige, complete with decorative seams in the contrasting color. The diamond-shaped stitching, Alcantara, ergonomically shaped sports steering wheel (which includes an airbag) and the carbon-look interior ledges are also a part of the package. The colour-coordinated instruments and aluminium pedals with anti-slip rubber coating add further refinement to the car’s interior.
The individual components can be ordered from selected specialised stocklists or directly from Lumma Design’s headquarters in Winterlingen, Germany. The Lumma Design CLR 558 GT will make its official debut at the Geneva Motor Show starting the first of March.
Looks hideous. The poor quality rendering doesn’t help either.