posted on: Feb 10, 2011 on category: Cayenne, highlights

LUMMA Cayenne 31 550x366 LUMMA CLR 558 GT
The new Porsche Cayenne has been a tuning favorite ever since its official launch at the 2010 Geneva Motor Show, and remains in the industry spotlight with the latest package from LUMMA Design. Targeting styling and performance areas of the German SUV, the newly introduced CLR 558 GT package aims at making the 2011-model Cayenne a truly exclusive vehicle.

LUMMA have managed to enhance the visual appearance of the SUV by adding a new front spoiler, rear bumper, side skirts, bonnet and rear spoiler. Several carbon elements also adorn the Cayenne CLR 558 GT, such as the rear lip, rear diffuser and lower front spoiler.

The 2011 Porsche Cayenne is 40 millimeters lower than the standard production version, and is fitted with a triple tailpipe exhaust system that contributes to the vehicle’s aggressive new appearance.

Creating the visual and physical connection to the road are a set of 22-inch allow wheels wrapped in high performance tires.
The interior features two-tone leather upholstery in beige and black, Alcantara coverings, ergonomically shaped sports steering wheel (which includes an airbag), color-coordinated instruments and aluminum pedals with anti-slip rubber coating.

While LUMMA have managed to enhance the Cayenne’s exterior and interior appearance, they have also addressed the car’s performance.

LUMMA’s D-Box is responsible for the increased power output of the six-cylinder diesel engine that now manages to develop no less than 276 hp and 630 Nm. This means that future owners of a CLR 558 GT will benefit from some extra 36 hp and 80 Nm as compared to the standard version. In addition, the German specialists have also fitted their own accelerator pedal power module.

The 2011 Cayenne-based CLR 558 GT by LUMMA Design will be revealed to the public at this year’s Geneva Motor Show.


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