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Lumma Design Range Rover Sport

Lumma slaps some mean onto the newest Rover model

Toni Avery
Apr 29, 2013

The new Range Rover Sport hasn't even arrived to dealers and Lumma Design has already had a go at making the aggressive styling even more so. Called the Lumma CLR RS, the car is beefed up by applying a wide-body kit.

The wider body is made most evident by the front spoiler bumper with cleverly integrated daytime running lights. The front grille gives a more sporty look (available in both visible carbon or painted), while wider fenders and additional air intakes take sporty to a whole new level.

While the doors fit seamlessly, the rear of the car adds an even more aggressive look with Lumma CLR RS badging replacing any stock Rover letters. The rear apron bumper includes a rear diffuser, which adds to the widened body look. As far as aerodynamics are concerned, the roof spoiler and rear spoiler lip are not only stylish but also efficient. And as if the CLR RS needs any help being a mean looking car, the Lumma sport exhaust adds a note that truly means business.

Sitting on large 22 and 23-inch tires helps to drive the Lumma Design Rover the distance inside of huge wheel wells. The rims are polished anthracite, which look pretty cool with the matching white or black.

With all this added weight and good looks, something has to be cut down. The hood is fully made of carbon with integrated vents making for a sporty and light fit. The job wouldn't be complete without some interior mods including wood, leather, carbon fiber, aluminum pedal set and velour floor mats with leather trim.

The first vehicles converted to a Lumma Design are expected to be available at the end of this year. More enhancements are to come for diesel and gasoline motors. Visit: Link text....www.lumma-design.com for more info and other designs.

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