Jaguar’s recently introduced F-Pace gets the LUMMA Design treatment image

The British automaker may have angered brand purists by presenting their first ever crossover, but the aftermarket world looks eager to share their different feelings (hint: love) for the model.

Among the first to do so are the tuning specialists over at Lumma Design which have already prepared their own bespoke program set to refresh the appearance of the latest Jag. The wide range of aftermarket features and amenities is included in the “CLR F” package and includes lots of PU-RIM body parts such as a custom front bumper and a new rear apron. You can also have sculpted side skirts and wheel arch extensions if you want your SUV to look more imposing. It’s always a good idea to lose some weight when tuning a model – more so when it’s a regularly heavy SUV – so carbon fiber has been used for the bespoke hood and underbody diffuser. The main attraction of LUMMA Design’s kit will most likely be the hulking set of forged alloy wheels – they are 24-inch in dimensions and come wrapped in equally massive 285/35 ZR24 front and 355/25 ZR24 rear tires.

The tuner is also going to prepare a full range of modifications for the F-Pace’s cabin when the tuning program gets released during the third quarter of the year: leather and Alcantara upholsteries, along with wood veneers, carbon fiber trims, and aluminum accents. More importantly, by that time the power upgrade for the supercharged 3.0-liter V6 engine will also be ready, aiming to increase the standard specs (380 hp) to a good 480 hp (353 kW). This one will also be completed with the sports exhaust system featuring quad tips flanked by a carbon fiber diffuser.