2013 Land Rover by Lumma Design with Carbon Fiber review and pictures

Posted on Thursday, 25 April 2013 , 04:04:01 byEmil

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Land Rover by Lumma Design with Carbon Fiber

According to different tuning companies, Range Rover models need some improvement. To do this, to offer all the new elements needed for a refresh variant, Lumma Design came up with the CLR. The engineers have decided it was time to develop a comprehensive package both for the interior and the exterior as well. Overall, the modifications will offer an extra touch of class, according to the company, but we can never know for sure. The first thing the German company did was to provide the model will 22-inch light-alloy sport wheels which are offered in silver and black. The next move included a stainless steel sport exhaust with four tailpipes which are available for both gasoline and diesel engines which is a great idea, if you ask us. Because the carmaker used a new Range Rover aluminum platform, the model 420 kg lighter in comparison to its predecessor. Even so, the German tuner has decided to reduce it even more and this is why the model was offered a wide range of carbon fiber components. For example, we have to mention the engine hood that has integrated air-vents that is made completely of carbon fiber. This material makes them 30 % lighter in comparison to the factory bonnet. When it comes to being painted, know that you can choose the same color as the body or in carbon-look format.

Moving on, we also have to mention a carbon fiber rear spoiler lip, with other carbon fiber components that range from the exterior mirror caps to a decorative strip on the front bumper and side strips with door panels up to the hood cover in carbon-look. For the interior, designers have selected high-quality leather upholstery, an aluminum pedal set anodized in silver and a lot more.