The Mercedes-Benz G-Class by Lumma Design comes with a truly atrocious look. How much does such a major makeover cost?
The Mercedes-Benz G-Class by Lumma Design is a G-wagon that underwent a major makeover. It now features the new CLR G770 R body kit. Such a transformation would start at 12,700 euros (approximately 14,900 US dollars).
The Lumma Design body kit highlights the values of the iconic model, making it, at the same time, more aggressive. There is a new front fascia with a radiator grille with a red rim and tiny LED light strips. There are additional lights on the roof as well, a hint that there will be better lighting conditions once the car hits the offroad.
A gigantic scoop now shows up on the newly designed lifted hood, as well as three air inlets along each side of it. Just by the look of it it is clear from the very start that it is next to impossible to keep a low profile in this car.
The Mercedes-Benz G-Class by Lumma Design has an imposing stance
From the side, the eyes of the mesmerized can notice the wider fenders that provide the car with extra 1.38 inches (35 millimeters) on each side. The extended fenders now make enough room for the massive wheels. Those are CLR 24 RS rims of 24 inches in diameter with a complex spoke design that highlights the imposing stance of the offroader.
The rear bumper also features huge mesh sections on each side. Also at the rear, there is a new lid for the spare wheel, that displays the Lumma Design logo.
Those who own a G63 and want the CLR G770 R body kit can also get an aftermarket exhaust system with two flap-controlled silencers and three exhaust pipes. Customizing goes even further, as customers can tick the box for a chrome-plated finish or a black finish for the tailpipes.