Land Rover is justifiably proud of the 2013 Range Rover’s major weight loss over its predecessor, and although the idea of a performance SUV may still be anathema to some driving purists, there are enough buyers around the world to support the dozens of models on the market, and dozens more tuners with custom packages ready to individualize the burly bruisers. Lumma Design just unveiled its suite of upgrades for Rover’s new flagship, available in April 2013.
The tuning wizards of Winterlingen, Germany start the Range Rover transformation with the CLR R body kit, which includes a restyled front bumper, extended side skirts and wheel arch flares, widening the body by two inches. A special Lumma Design vented carbon-fiber hood is available either un-painted or painted body color.
To match the aggressive stance of the revised bodywork, Lumma also offers 22-inch wheels wrapped in 315-30-22 tires. An available sport suspension module lowers the ride height of the 2013 Range Rover by 1.5 inches. But the package is more than just about aggressive looks. Lumma tunes the supercharged 5.0-liter V-8 from 510 to 540 hp, with further 20-hp bump available bringing the total to an ample 560 hp. Letting the blown V-8 breathe is an available stainless sport exhaust.
On the inside, Lumma also offers an interior customization package with two-tone leather, carbon-fiber trim, and aluminum sport pedals. No pricing was announced for the upgrades, but if you can afford the 2013 Range Rover in the first place, popping another five figures for upgrades shouldn’t be an issue.
Source: Lumma Design