The new generation of Land Rover Range Rover has not long ago been revealed to the public and it looks pretty damn good. In the last four decades since the first generation model was introduced, the area where the remarkable British vehicle is used has evolved. Today, the luxury SUV from the traditional English brand name is found in off-road environments, on city streets and in shopping areas, too. Lumma Design is a tuning company keen on Range Rovers, among other brands. So they built an upgrading package for the SUV.
Lumma Design created an upgrading pack that works on the Vogue and Sports versions of the Land Rover. It’s most active update consists of a CLR SR body kit. The vehicle also features a front spoiler bumper bar with the original fog lamps and dual daytime running lights. A front spoiler blade can be fitted in carbon fiber and at the back we see an apron bumper with a built-in diffuser along with glossy polished 105mm quad pipes part of a stainless steel sports exhaust system.
The Range Rover upgraded by Lumma Design sits on a set of Lumma's black dual seven-spoke 23-inch alloy wheels wrapped in 305/30 R23 tires. The engine has also been upgraded so that now the 3.0-liter V6 diesel gains some additional 30 PS (22 kW) and 60 Nm (44 lb-ft). Inside the cabin there are aluminum pedals, velour floor mats and others. The SUV will be showcased at the Goodwood Festival of Speed until 29th June.
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