Mercedes-Benz V-Class handed menacing makeover (and quad-tailpipes!)

Want to make your Mercedes-Benz V-Class stand out a little more from the van crowd? Well, Lumma Design has just the thing.

Yes, the German tuner has released initial details of its V-Class upgrade package, which includes a body kit, quad-tailpipes and a fresh alloy wheel design (no powertrain upgrades just yet, then).

The Winterlingen-based firm’s Lumma CLR V conversion kit features items such as a new front bumper (complete with integrated LED daytime running lights), an updated grille (bearing the “Lumma” badge) and chunkier side skirts.

Round back, you’ll find Lumma’s rear apron attachment, a subtle roof-mounted spoiler and an exhaust silencer kit that culminates in four round stainless-steel tailpipes.

Lumma furthermore offers its latest lightweight CLR LR19 GT alloy wheel set, finished in glossy black, featuring double-spokes with Y-struts and measuring some 19 inches in diameter.

While images of the interior have yet to be shared, Lumma says it does indeed offer accessories for the cabin, including aluminium pedals, embroidered “Lumma” mats and full leather upholstery.

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