Geneva 2011: Lumma Design CLR 558 GT

The second generation 2010 Porsche Cayenne is the basis for the Lumma Design CLR 558 GT created by the German tuner. The package makes its world debut at the Auto Salon in Geneva. The program covers a various body add-ons, a new two-tone leather interior and power upgrade.

The bodykit consists of a front spoiler, rear bumper, side skirts, sporty looking bonnet and rear spoiler. The car’s rear lip, rear diffuser and front spoiler bottom all made of carbon fiber. The most eye-catching feature of the SUV is the unique exhaust system with the middle tailpipe of a diameter of 100 millimeters flanked by the two 80 millimeter ones. The 10×22 inch and 12×22 inch Lumma sports rims
and tyres (in sizes 295/30 at the front and 335/25 at the rear) complement the exterior package.

The engine power is increased from 240hp to 276hp while its maximum torque now reaches 630 Newton metres compared with the previous version’s 550Nm. The SUV is lowered 40mm using an electronic suspension lowering module.

The interior got a two-tone leather upholstery and decorative seams in the contrasting colour combined with diamond-shaped stitching and carbon-look interior ledges. The colour-coordinated instruments and aluminium pedals with anti-slip rubber coating finish off the package for the SUV from Zuffenhausen.

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