Not long after unveiling its widebody kit for Land Rover’s latest Defender, South German tuning garage LUMMA Design has now crafted yet another conversion kit for an already-robust SUV, this time tapping its fellow compatriot Mercedes-Benz for its hefty G-Class.
At the front, you’ll find a massive hood scoop sitting atop the bonnet, with a new red-accented grille carrying LED daytime running lights and a massive LUMMA logo. The redesigned front bumper flare out at the bottom, offering a more streamlined flow down to the widebody fenders, which now hover above massive 24-inch CLR RS black wheels paired with 295/30 tires in the front and 355/25 fat tires at the rear. Various changes have been made down the back too, with a meshed rear bumper and a branded spare wheel cover. Topping off the kit is a new roof trim with extra headlights as well as a rear roof spoiler for an even sportier look.
Now available, the LUMMA Design CLR G770 R kit will set you back €12,700 EUR (approximately $15,017 USD). You can head over to the company’s website to learn more.
Elsewhere in the automotive world, Volkswagen has debuted its 315-horsepower 2022 Golf R.