Lumma Design has recently released the very first details and images on the upcoming upgrade program for the new generation of the Range Rover.
After the 2013 Range Rover has been officially presented to the public just a few months ago, the model is being placed into the spotlights once again, this time with the guys at Lumma Design getting ready to release a new upgrade program for the luxury SUV. According to the tuning company, the new generation of the Range Rover is getting a CLR R body kit which is adding an aggressive front bumper, a different front grille, a carbon fiber hood, extended side skirts, a carbon fiber rear bumper with an integrated diffuser, tailgate mounted spoiler and wider wheel arches.
The looks of the 2013 Range Rover are being completed by the suspension lowering module and by the 22-inch CLR 22 Mono rims, wrapped in 315/30 tires. The cabin of the model will get a two-tone leather for the seats, aluminum pedals, carbon fiber trim and unique door sill plates. The new Range Rover generation will also receive an upgrade for the 5.0 liter V8 engine, which will allow the unit to produce 540 BHP or 560 BHP. Additional details on the upgrade package will be announced soon.