2012 Porsche 911 CLR 9 S by Lumma

There’s no doubt in anyone’s mind that the 2012 Porsche 911 is a tuning magnet all its own. That’s why when the car was first introduced late last year, tuners from all corners of the world began racing to build the first program for the new 911.

At the 2012 Geneva Motor Show , we’re going to see a couple tuning firms present their first program for the 911, one of them being Lumma Design .

Their very first program for the new Porsche 911 is called the Lumma CLR 9 S. Made up of an attractive aerodynamic package that includes exterior and interior modifications, the CLR 9 S represents the latest chapter in Lumma Design’s growing fascination with Porsche vehicles. As part of the exterior aero package, Lumma added its own advanced aerodynamic body kit CLR, consisting of a front spoiler lip that emphasizes the sportiness of the new integrated Cupspoilerschwert "Elfers." The program also has a new CLR frame front grille design, as well as refined headlights, an expansive rear fender, a three-piece spoiler lip that ensures more downforce on the rear axle, and a new set of 20" Technikrad LUMMA sport wheels Edition "GS / R" that can be color customized upon request.

As far as the interior goes, Lumma Design dressed up the 911 with a bevy of high-quality materials, traditional craft saddlery, and the finest workmanship you’ll ever see in a German sports car, highlighted by a full red leather interior complemented by black Alcantara. The seats also have embossed carbon leather while the rest of the interior parts, including the dashboard, steering wheel, headliner, door panels, and the center console, all have generous headings of Alcantara. Rounding out the interior modifications are aluminum door sills, floor mats with leather welt suede, and embossed carbon leather interior trim.


8 comments:

They didn’t make it attractive, so I guess they failed on it.

Sad to say, Lumma’s modification has done nothing to boost its appeal.

Yes, to be honest, Lumma’s modified design is even blander than its original styling. Moreover, it has looked cheaper too.

Frankly, I think Lumma flopped on creating an attractive style. Nice try though.

To me, only the wheels have improvised. Its kind of aggressiveness is different; this is still unattractive, in my opinion.

This seems like a mediocre work from Porsche since its only enhancements were focused upon the exterior and interior designs.

Porsche is back with their CLR. Only the interior and exterior are the main changes of this 911. There are no upgrades on the machine, but the cabin and body kit is the center of the improvement. 

It’s comparatively different in styles this CLR 9 in other Porsche cars. Lumma’s design is superb in the exterior, especially in the aerodynamic body kit CLR.

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