German Tuner Lumma is the Latest to Play Dress Up with Porsche's 2011 Cayenne
With a refreshed Porsche Cayenne on the way for the 2011 model year, Lumma Design has once again offered its tuning services, crafting what it calls the CLR 550 GT.
After deeming the 2011 Cayenne’s exterior to be "somewhat reserved," Lumma crafted an all-new front bumper cover, which incorporates a healthy dose of carbon fiber. LED daytime running lights and foglights help supply extra illumination on the road.
A new carbon-fiber and Kevlar hood continues the aggressive look, and features air inlets and a raised windshield wiper cover to reduce drag. The revised side skirts double as cooling ducts and help channel airflow to cool the rear brakes. Custom openings in the door fixtures also assist with brake cooling.
Out back, carbon fiber dominates the rear fascia. The new rear bumper cover features an integrated carbon-fiber diffuser with a triple exhaust setup exiting the center of the panel. Instead of sporting just one rear wing, new spoilers make their way onto the roof and tailgate, both built from -- you guessed it -- carbon fiber. A Lumma-specific CLR 550 GT badge sits beneath the rear license plate holder.
As this is a tuner sport-utility vehicle, large wheels are a requisite. Lumma offers two forged aluminum designs in both 22- and 23-inch guises (the 23-inch rims are pictured).
For the time being, the CLR 550 GT is only a cosmetic dress-up kit, but Lumma plans performance upgrades and fresh interior trimmings, which will be unveiled at a later date.
Based in Winterlingen, Germany, Lumma has previously lent its creativity to the Panamera Turbo and BMW X6 M.
Source: Lumma Design