Friday, July 02, 2010

Lumma Design CLR X 650 M revised to produce 670hp

Lumma Design brought out the CLR X 650 M a while back and have now revised their kit. It now packs added punch – Power output has been increased to 670hp which is a 3 percent rise from the previous tune and a total 20 percent rise from the X6 M engine. This has also naturally increased pulling power which now stands at an impressive 850Nm of torque, a small bump up from 830Nm on the previous model.

The revised super SUV achieves this hike in power over the previous CLR X 650 M with the help of a new high-performance exhaust system with quad tailpipes. The mods also pushes the car to a top speed of 312km/h

Driving dynamics have been improved by lowering the car by 45mm with lowering springs. The car sits on Racing IV 9.5×20-inch alloy wheels. This is enveloped with performance tires that should maintain adequate enough grip on the road, considering the kind of torque torture that the rubber will be facing.

Outside, the SUV gets a redesigned rear skirt and wing, along with a three-section front spoiler with daytime LED runners, flared fenders, revised side sills and new carbon and Kevlar hood. Inside you get comfy looking quilted leather upholstery, carbon trim and aluminium pedals.


Dean said...

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