LUMMA Design individualizes the Land Rover Defender Type L663 to become a muscle-bound off-road athlete, once again reaffirming its claim as the top dog in the league of exclusive SUV refiners.
Production at the highest technical level, in connection with exceptional workmanship and the finest materials - this is the quality standard with which the southern German tuning specialists masterfully stage the wide version, dubbed LUMMA CLR LD. Strikingly designed aerodynamic components and matching alloy wheels form the basis, high quality accessories and stylish interior fittings complete the range.
LUMMA uses the most modern manufacturing processes for its extensive body modifications. Whether front spoiler attachment, rear apron, side skirts, front grille, bonnet attachment or the wheel arch extensions that widen the vehicle by 40 millimetres at the front and rear - all components are weight-optimized either made of carbon fibre or polyurethane plastic (PUR-RIM). The LUMMA wide body combines sophisticated aerodynamics with a spectacular look: Large air inlets on the wings ensure an optimum flow of fresh air to the drive unit and also underline the sports, dynamic look. An additional roof panel with two integrated spotlights, on the other hand, emphasizes the off-road character of this off-road classic.
The distinctive LUMMA alloy wheels fit perfectly under the new, muscular-looking wheel arch extensions. The range includes wheel dimensions from 19" to 23". Depending on the preferred application, the SUV specialists equip the Defender with on or off-road tyres.
The aluminium wheels are particularly highlighted by performance spacers in conjunction with the raised suspension in the off-road version.
As a supplement to the existing interior, LUMMA offers a wide range of individualization options - from a personalized set of floor mats to anodized aluminium pedals right up to a complete leather interior. All equipment details are manufactured with the highest level of manual precision.
Powerful performance enhancements and exhaust systems with a sports sound are already being tested. The delivery date for the refinement programme, which is also being developed to suit the Defender 5.0 Top model, is spring 2021.