Every year Lumma comes up with a hideous weird looking car based on that year’s Porsche Cayenne, and here’s the 2011 model called the CLR 558 GT. Set for sebut at the forthcoming Geneva Motor Show, the 558 features performance upgrade, two-tone interior, body kit and 22-inch wheels.
Let’s starts with the massive body kit which includes front spoiler, rear bumper, side skirts, sporty looking bonnet and rear spoiler. The body is garnished with real carbon parts at places such as rear lip, rear diffuser and front spoiler bottom.
The car has triple tailpipes, with a 100mm pipe at the middle and two 80mm at each side. This is new, but we’re not sure it looks really good! Lumma says they at least make a fabulous noise.
LUMMA Design use a lowering module for the standard air suspension system on both axles to lower the Cayenne by around 40 millimetres. That not only improves handling, it makes the 10×22 inch and 12×22 inch LUMMA sports rims look better inside the fenders. The wheels are wrapped in sizes 295/30 tires at the front and 335/25 at the rear.
As for the interior, you get the two-tone leather upholstery in beige and black with diamond-shaped stitching. All the plastics inside the cabin are replaced with Alcantara . The ergonomically shaped sports steering wheel (which includes an airbag) and the carbon-look interior ledges are also upholstered with leather, and you even get aluminum pedals with anti-slip rubber coating.
Normally with this type of car you expect to get loads of power, and you used to get loads of power. But now that everything is going green and efficient, Lumma decided to give this a car revised version of Porsche’s Diesel V6 which is upped from 240 hp to 276 hp and 630 nm of torque. Lumma has also fitted with car with accelerator pedal power module.