Lumma Design Ruins Range Rover with Unwanted Widebody Kit

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It wanted 33,000 Euros for its outrageous BMW X6 body kit, and no doubt Russian tuner Lumma Design will want an equally silly sum of money for this widebody kit created for the latest generation Range Rover. Evolving previous body kits, the CLR R GT consists of a custom front bumper with cooling air inlets, a central spoiler sword, and two strips of LED DRLs. A carbon hood cowl houses ventilation openings, while on the sides the Range Rover receives a mudguard widening set with door attachments and air inlets.

At the rear, there’s a roof-mounted spoiler, a lip spoiler, an apron complete with diffuser and a trio of centrally-located glossy 100-mm exhaust pipes. Completing the exterior treatment is a set of 22-inch rims. Inside, custom leather upholstery combines with cutting-edge “multimedia and business installations,” however the firm failed to reveal any pictures of the cabin.

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