Lumma Design gives Porsche Cayenne major makeover

Lumma Design gives Porsche Cayenne major makeover

The styling of Porsche’s high-riding Cayenne has never appealed to all tastes and this has made it suitable fodder for every aftermarket tuner who wants a crack. The latest attack on the model’s bulky lines comes from Germany’s Lumma Design who is an old hand at reworking German performance sedans but is new to the Cayenne.

The result is called the CLR 558 GT, and sees the Porsche receive a full body kit including a new front end with spoiler, larger air intakes and integrated LED running lights, a rear diffuser, flared wheel guards and side skirting. The stock bonnet has been scrapped and replaced with a ventilated carbon-fibre job and the exhaust is now a triple-tipped stainless system system. New wheels are required with any tuning job and Lumma Design has opted for huge 22-inch modulars with colour-coded surrounds.

The interior hasn’t escaped unscathed either with some special touches like rubber and aluminum pedals, custom door sills, leather-trimmed floor and cargo area mats.

Has it made the Cayenne any prettier? Well, probably not, but with Lumma Design’s help your Cayenne won’t look like any other on the road.

Check out images in the gallery below.

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