Porsche models are getting some serious makeovers for the upcoming Geneva Motor Show, as a lot of tuning companies announced packages for various cars coming from the Stuttgart manufacturer.
One of these companies is Lumma Design, which has just revealed the first real life photos of its Porsche Panamera-based CLR 700 GT model. As you may remember, the company teased us with some sketches at the end of last year.
Now, the enhanced Panamera is completely real. What’s so special? Well a full widebody kit, made out of carbon fiber and kevlar, and featuring restyled front and rear fascias, LED daytime running lights, upper and lower fender extensions, two-tone side skirts, rear decklid spoiler and a rear diffuser. The CLR 700 GT will be sitting on three-piece 21-inch wheels, directing air to improved brakes and will also be closer to the ground thanks to a lowering kit of 35mm.
As you could have guessed form the name, the CLR 700 GT has received a power increase of around 700 HP, but no concrete details were offered. Customers will also be able to enjoy a new “Sportsound” rear muffler, complete with four stainless steel tips.
For the inside, the tuning company opted for a red leather and ultra-suede combo, complete with silver stitching. Aluminum pedals were included, as well as velour floor mats and illuminated door sills with the CLR 700 GT inscription.
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