/Preview: Lumma Design 2011 Porsche Cayenne

Preview: Lumma Design 2011 Porsche Cayenne

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Lumma Design body kit for the new generation Porsche Cayenne, called the CLR 550 GT is under development as we are being teased by these renderings they’ve sent out. It is just as crazy as ever, you can’t expect Lumma to be discrete anyway. In fact every single panel of the Cayenne’s body seems to be modified. And it might look good to you, if you are six years old!

As you expect, carbon fiber is the dominant material in the making of this kit, which at front consists of new radiator grille, air intakes and spoiler lip. You also get a new bonnet, which is of course made of CFC. The new LED daytime running lights and the fog lights unit also contribute to the style of the CLR 550.

Cayenne is a sporty SUV which can also go off-road occasionally, but thanks to this kit it can’t anymore! Lumma has come up with some serous wing extension and massive side skirts which kills all the ground clearance. Then at the back, it is a festival of wings! There’s big roof and tailgate spoilers here as well as a huge air diffuser in the modified bumper which has a central exhaust unit with three nicely composed tailpipes.

The standard wheels and tires of the Cayenne will be also replaced with Lumma’s own 11×23 inch forged aluminium rims, to eliminate the last bits of off-road capabilities!  They look quite good though.

Lumma says this kit is “a tailor-made sports suit that radiates self-confidence”, but it’s more of a toy built for one reason: showing off. And that is not cool.

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