This reworked SUV is dubbed the “LUMMA CLR AM” and has been completely reimagined by LUMMA Design. On the outside, the Aston Martin DBX now sports a widebody kit complimentary of new wheel arches, side skirts, front and rear bumpers, as well as a new rear diffuser and a tailgate-mounted spoiler. Elsewhere, you’ll find a heavy dose of carbon fiber surrounding the grille, on the side skirts, air intakes and on the door detailing, as well as additional hood intakes, a three-part spoiler lip and the new roof spoiler also sporting the carbon fiber look.
LUMMA rounds out the exterior alterations with “LUMMA CLR AM” badging at the rear, larger forged rims all around and a set of double carbon-trimmed pipes. The 4-liter V8 supplied by AMG remains, pumping out 542 BHP and 516 lb-ft of torque, which is good for a 0-62 MPH time of 4.5 seconds and a top speed of 181 MPH.
Inside LUMMA promises even more carbon fiber with new pedals, an ergonomic steering wheel with carbon inlays and more detailing all around the interior. The LUMMA CLR AM is limited to just 20 units and is expected to roll out in the fourth quarter of 2020.
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