Lumma Tunned Jaguar F-Pace CLR is Ridiculously Cool

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Lumma design is a German tunning company that started in the early 90’s by tuning BMW 3 series cars and now does all sorts of modifications to SUV’s and sedans. This is the Lumma tunned Jaguar F-Pace CLR which brings the British SUV to another dimension.

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The Jaguar F-Pace CLR introduces a full carbon fiber body kit (including the hood), way more power, 24-Inch alloy rims, lowered suspension and quad exhausts. The car of-course looks way better than the standard version thanks to the flared body panels, the aggressive styling, the blacked out air inlets and scoops and the MASSIVE 24-inch rims that fill out the gaps. Small yellow touches on the badges and the brake calipers complement the deep blue paint.

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But ofcourse, it wouldn’t be special without more power now would it? The Jaguar F-Pace CLR features the same 3.0-Liter supercharged V6 with an ecu tune that sees it pumping out 480-hp. That’s 120 more HP compared to the stock 340-hp. On the inside, Lumma says the cabin has a much more luxurious look with Alcantara and leather all over with carbon fiber bits to contrast the trim.

You might be wondering why Lumma decided to tune the SUV rather than tuning a sedan perse, that’s because SUV’s are expected to take over by 20 million units around the world by 2020 which is why most manufacturers are turning for the SUV market more than ever. The F-Pace CLR is trading punches with Range Rover SVR which packs a good 550-hp and accelerates from 0-60 mph in 4.3 seconds.

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