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Lumma Design has been busy lately, showing off its SUV creations like the BMW X6 M. Recently we also caught wind of their widebody BMW 760Li, and now joining their lineup is a rendition of Porsche‘s newest generation Cayenne.
Though hardly as extreme as the BMW counterparts, Lumma really kept things mild on the Cayenne. For aesthetics Lumma simply offers a set of headlight covers and 22-inch or 23-inch wheels. They do have a performance offering for the diesel model, enhancing horsepower from 240-hp to 276-hp and 405 ft-lbs of torque to 465 ft-lbs of torque. This D-Box can be completely retrofitted if wanted.
In addition an exhaust option is available for the diesel model for those wanting a little bit of performance and a deeper tone to their SUV. On the inside is where there’s a plethora of options, from matte aluminum sill plates to aluminum/rubber pedals and floor mats with genuine animal skin edging.
We’re hoping Lumma does more for the Cayenne in the near future, say a nice body kit or even a clean widebody. We’ll keep our eyes out.
GALLERY: Lumma Design Second Generation Porsche Cayenne
Shaston, a Switzerland-based international distributor of Windows Mobile devices, just sent us these photos of a BMW 760Li Individual, modified with parts from well-known BMW-tuner Lumma. They didn’t give us a ton of details, but thankfully we’re equipped with a pair of eyeballs to make some observations of our own.
Lumma’s products are beginning to form a consistent shape throughout their BMW line and this 7-Series is no different. The front bumper on this 760Li is clearly from Lumma with many Lumma-inspired features. Wide fender arches flare up the front and the rear, giving the car a more aggressive, sportier profile. They’re a little out-of-place on the luxury 7-Series, but we think it might look a lot cleaner if the arches were molded on and blended in with the body.
There are several vent additions on the vehicle, from the front to the rear with a stylish rear bumper featuring a diffuser between the quad-tipped exhaust. It’s worth noting that the front grilles and mirrors have been swapped out with carbon fiber pieces.
There’s no word if the twin-turbo 6.0-liter V12 gets any power upgrades. It doesn’t need it though, with 554-hp and 553 ft-lbs of torque.
Shaston didn’t disclose much to us other than the first demonstration car is located in Switzerland and that this vehicle (or tuning package) will be launched in three weeks with “the most advanced computerized management.” We’re curious to see if Shaston ties in Windows Mobile products to their vehicle. Hopefully it’ll be the new Windows Phone 7, tying together automotive technology brilliance with wireless technology.
GALLERY: Shaston / Lumma Widebody BMW 760 Li
This isn’t the first time we’ve shown off Lumma’s CLR X650 M, but we felt obliged to post this one up because of just how different it looks compared to the previous black and white variants. It’s amazing how the exterior color of a vehicle does to transform the overall impression the customization does to the vehicle. The bold one-piece design wheel also does wonders in shaping the BMW X6 M’s lines without a deep lip taking precedence.
The CLR X650 M is another product from Top Car in Russia, and you can clearly see in this shoot the unique design in the rear bumper, the fine carbon fiber weave in the rear wing and vented hood. There are some nice profile shots that really allows us to see the true lines of Lumma’s product. All in all we feel like we have a better idea of how this CLR X650 M would look like in real life compared to the black and white ones that we’ve seen previously.
In fact, we can’t believe we’re admitting this, but this Lumma X6 M is one seriously awesome machine. You absolutely have to check out the gallery below, in particular the view from the back.
[Source: Jon Sibal]
GALLERY: Blue Lumma CLR X650 M