Winterlingen, Germany – No sooner had the sexy new Range Rover Velar made its world debut at the Geneva motor show than Lumma Design started working on making it look even sexier.
This widebody concept study is the result; translating it into metal and carbon fibre will take until the end of 2017, when the production Lumma CLR GT will be offered as a limited-edition 30th Anniversary special to mark the company’s three decades in the business of making fast cars look – and go – even faster.
No mention is made of power upgrades for the Velar, but the CLR GT will have a chunky grille with carbon-fibre frame and mesh inserts, a deep-chested front bumper with an aggressive biplane splitter and more carbon-fibre mesh, and the company’s own badging on the bonnet.
There’s more carbon-fibre trim on the bonnet and side vents, and along the bottom of the add-on, body-colour skirts, leading to some of the sharpest wheel-arch flares we’ve seen in a while, over Lumma’s own CLR Racing 22 inch rims and Vredestein ultra-low profile rubber.
The roof is jet black, ending in a carbon-fibre spoiler, matched by a carbon-fibre diffuser with four angular, custom stainless-steel tailpipes.
No prices have been announced yet, but Lumma isn’t generally shy about tacking big numbers on to the cost of the base vehicle.