With that massive grille up front, the BMW X7 could hardly be accused of being too conservatively designed. But that hasn't stopped Lumma Design from previewing an upcoming widebody package set to make the Bavarian brand’s flagship crossover stand out even more.
As seen in the accompanying rendered images released by the tuner, the Lumma CLR X7 will be lowered and widened, gaining a body kit set to include new front and rear bumpers, chunkier side-skirts and even a carbon-fibre bonnet. The rear will also gain a spoiler kit, while a set of 24-inch Lumma CLR RS alloy wheels is also on the cards.
What about performance? Well, the tuner says this variant's twin-turbo 4,4-litre V8 will be suitably fettled, with an aim of generating 500 kW. The company furthermore says the character of the engine will be amplified thanks to the fitment of a new exhaust system culminating in four 100 mm stainless steel tailpipes.
In addition, Lumma Design says it will call on the specialists at Winterlingen to transform the spacious cabin into an "elegant VIP lounge" or, if the buyer prefers, something with more of a motorsport feel.
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