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Lumma E50 CLR 2010 Mercedes E Class

Submitted by on August 26, 2009 – 9:04 pmNo Comment


LUMMA Design has unveiled their new E 50 CLR, which is based on the Mercedes E-Class W212.

The exterior features a front bumper spoiler with integrated daytime running lights, aggressive side skirts, and sporty front fenders with integrated side vents. Out back, LUMMA equips the CLR with a lip spoiler, a redesigned rear bumper, and an integrated trunk lid spoiler. Other design touches include a 25mm reduction in ride height and 20-inch “Racing Edition” wheels outfitted with high performance Michelin tires.

Inside, the CLR boasts attractive milled aluminum pedals and suede floor mats with embroidered LUMMA crests. Options include a suede trunk mat, illuminated door entry strips, and a 300 km/h speedometer.

On the performance side, LUMMA offers a “V-Max” system that enables the E 500 to produce 316 Kw (450 hp) and 550 Nm of torque. For diesel E-Class owners, the company offers a “D-Box” that increases engine performance by up to 20%. Other accessories include a “GPM-Powermodule”, which sharpens the accelerator’s response, and a stainless steel sport exhaust system.
Source: Lumma via: Worldcarfans

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