There is a bigger market for tuned people carriers than a huge part of us think and Lumma Design needs a cut of the pie with its as introduced CLR V bodypack. Arranged specifically for the long-wheelbase variety of the Mercedes Benz V-Class, with similar upgrades for various versions in progress. Mercedes contains very awesome vehicles. It pushes the visual appeal of the minivan to where one can envision how it packs of firepower on a serious note.
In any case, it does not as all the tuner did to the German van was to feed front bumper attachments with joined daytime running lights. The new lower air vents and an upper grille with vertical backings seem to have been stirred by AMG’s Panamericana. Lumma’s logos have displaced the automaker’s three-pointed star distinguishing pieces of proof at the two completions. The kit is done by the side skirt enlargements, new housetop spoiler, and rear diffuser.
The four-round stainless steel exhaust pipes add to the meaner looks of the V-Class and upgrade the sound. As shown by the tuner, a significant pattern dim 19-inch CLR aluminum wheels completing the look.
Notwithstanding the way that Lumma has not conveyed any interior shots of their tuned MPV. They said that it has been refreshed also with aluminum pedals and hassock and new floor mats. Upon request, they can moreover change the cockpit by re-shaping it in full leather material upholstery.
The CLR V kit is open for demand assessed at €11,950 ($14,370) in Germany, including the wheels, with transports expected to start in May.