S he has been haunted for a long time through the auto world; The Aston Martin DBX will finally hit the market in the second quarter of 2020. Lumma Design obviously can't wait and is already presenting its range for the first SUV from Aston Martin. Not yet on a real car - but the renderings show very precisely in which direction the tuner is developing the sweeping British into the Lumma CLR AM.
Lots of spoilers and a lot of visible carbon
These Direction is not surprising: there is more, and of everything. More spoilers, for example: New air ducts made of exposed carbon can be found under the front apron, at the rear end of the roof and as a three-part on the tailgate. The air inlets in the bonnet, the frame for the radiator grille and the new diffuser, which sits in a differently designed rear apron, are also made of the carbon fiber composite.
On the flanks, Lumma is immortalized with wheel arch extensions, air outlet panels in the front fenders and side sill panels with attached strips. The tuned Aston Martin DBX rolls on forged light alloy rims with central locking, the dimensions of which have not yet been finalized. Chassis modifications and performance enhancements for the standard production version of the 550 hp four-liter V8 twin-turbo engine supplied by AMG as well as a maximum of 700 Newton meters are still in development. The only technical change so far are the sport rear silencers with double, made of carbonEnd panels.
Lumma CLR AM limited to 20 copies
Carbon is also the keyword in the interior: Whether interior strips, inserts in the ergonomically shaped steering wheel or pads with rubber studs for the pedals - Lumma sets the material here also extensively.
The first real cars should be ready in the fourth quarter of 2020. Potential customers shouldn't think too long whether or not they want the tuning package that has not yet been priced in: The CLR AM program is limited to 20 copies.