Lumma conversion includes body kit and 402kW engine conversion.
Lumma conversion includes body kit and 402kW engine conversion.

For those wanting to sacrifice some of the latest Range Rover's stateliness for a sportier theme, Lumma Design has announced a raft of modifications for the body and they've also done some tinkering under the bonnet.

The CLR R body kit was designed by aerodynamic specialists and consists of a bold front bumper with integrated spoiler, redesigned grille, carbon bonnet, side skirts and a new back bumper with carbon diffuser.

What's more, they've widened the wheel arches and filled them with a set of gigantic 22-inch CLR 22 Mono alloy wheels while a lowered suspension set-up keeps the big Rangie hunkered close to the ground.

It doesn't only look faster though.

Lumma aren't elaborating on what they've done to the engine, but they do boast about a power increase for the 5-litre supercharged V8 petrol engine.

Maximum power of the initial version goes up from 375kW to 402kW, and there are also plans afoot for a 418kW version. Upgrades for the diesel engines are also in the pipeline.

An interior upgrade with two-tone leather and various carbon and aluminium details will also be available when the Lumma kit goes on sale in Europe in April next year.