Don't Take LUMMA Design's Widebody Land Rover Defender Offroading

More Chelsea, less tractor.

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South German tuning company LUMMA Design has unveiled its widebody kit development for the Land Rover Defender.

It has been crafted for the soon-to-be-announced top-spec Defender, which should have either a five-liter supercharged V8 or BMW‘s twin-turbo 4.4-liter V8. LUMMA Design states that “Powerful performance enhancements and exhaust systems with a sports sound are already being tested,” and that all of the upgrades should be ready for spring 2021.

For now, we have been treated to a closer look at what to expect from LUMMA Design. A widebody kit increases the Defender’s width by around 40mm, and upgrades all around give the SUV much more stance and aggression. At the front, you can find a LUMMA CLR LD-branded fascia sporting a carbon fiber grille and a new bumper, as well as a new hood that is fitted with an oversized carbon fiber power hump.

A roof panel with integrated spotlights, carbon fiber trims on the side vents, side mirrors, and door sills, as well as a new rear end with a bespoke quad tailpipe set-up, also all appear on the kit. Rounding out the list of upgrades is a selection of rims that range from 19 to 23 inches, and can be fitted with or without off-roading tires.

Take a look at the LUMMA Design LUMMA CLR LD in the gallery above, and expect the Land Rover Defender upgrades to be fully revealed in spring next year.

Elsewhere in the automotive world, Nissan has unveiled the Z Proto.

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