According to the Winterlingen-based tuner, the Lumma CLR 8S package consists of various “specially developed” components, which not only enhance this sleek SUV’s appearance but add to its individuality.
These items include a new front spoiler, wheel arch extensions, side skirts, a rear apron (complete with diffuser) and square tailpipe trims bearing the company’s logo. Options include winglets for the front apron, a rear-mounted roof spoiler and a three-piece spoiler lip.
An array of Lumma-designed alloys are available in 22- and 24-inch sizes. If the striking green hue of the Q8 doesn’t quite catch your attention, the (optional) carbon-fibre bonnet scoop most certainly will.
There’s no word yet if the company plans to offer performance upgrades (possibly in collaboration with another tuner) for the Ingolstadt automaker’s new flagship SUV. However, Audi recently introduced two new engine options to the Q8 line-up, with the most powerful version, badged 55 TFSI, being a turbopetrol 3,0-litre V6 producing 250 kW and 500 N.m of torque.
The Lumma CLR 8S body kit will in initial markets be available from March 2019.
Author: Marius Boonzaier