Lumma Design Restyles Porsche Cayenne

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Lumma Design's Cayenne CLR 558 GT-S is back for 2013 with some updated styling upgrades inside and out.

Though it unquestionably handles better than a large SUV should, not everyone buys a Cayenne for its performance. Some are enticed by its looks, and we have to admit it is a much sleeker looking rendition of the Porsche crossover than the previous versions. But there will always be some looking to make theirs stand out even more. That's where companies like Lumma Design step in. Lumma's latest take on the Cayenne is the CLR 558 GT-S you see here, packing a new body kit and other enhancements.

The package includes restyled front and rear bumpers, larger air vents and side skirts, adding some visual heft and aggression to the Cayenne. Also added are LEDs, custom turn signals, a roof spoiler, a unique four-pipe exhaust and a set of 22-inch alloys wrapped in performance tires. 19- and 23-inch wheels are also available. The interior features more leather, bespoke floor mats, carbon fiber and wood trim. Performance upgrades weren't announced, but previous examples boosted the diesel from 245 horsepower to 280, and the Turbo from 500 to 600 hp. Lumma claims this latest version is even hotter than the stock Turbo S.

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