Lumma Design has released their version of the Porsche Cayenne and created various body add-ons, a new two-tone leather interior and power upgrade for the Stuttgart SUV. They named it the Lumma CLR 558 GT.
The exterior of the CLR 558 GT includes a complete bodykit consisting of a front spoiler, rear bumper, side skirts, sporty looking bonnet and rear spoiler. The sporty appearance of the fully revamped Cayenne got some carbon elements, with the car’s rear lip, rear diffuser and front spoiler bottom all made from the ultra-light yet sturdy material.
The SUV’s sports exhaust is quite unique. Not only does it make a thunderous sound; its three tailpipes also create a thoroughly distinct look, with the middle tailpipe of a diameter of 100 millimetres flanked by the two 80 millimetre ones.
The vehicle’s engine power is increased from 240hp to 276hp while its maximum torque now reaches 630 Newton metres compared with the previous version’s 550Nm. To ensure that the electronic accelerator pedal works more immediately, the tuning company has fitted its own Lumma accelerator pedal power module.
The car’s electronic suspension lowering module lowers the Cayenne by around 40 millimetres, thereby achieving significantly sportier handling on winding country roads. This allows the high-performance tyres (in sizes 295/30 at the front and 335/25 at the rear) to work especially well on the 10×22 inch and 12×22 inch LUMMA sports rims.
The interior showcases a two-tone leather upholstery and decorative seams in the contrasting colour. 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.