Lumma spruces up the Aston Martin DBX exterior
Lumma Design has released the first 3D renderings of its upcoming CLR AM Series body kit for the Aston Martin DBX. Twenty such kits will ship starting late this year.
The styling looks vastly different from the original design philosophy of the DBX. There is a neat front spoiler, new bumpers, front fenders and arches, sculpted sides, a rear diffuser, a curved rear wing, and forged wheels.
Red stripes adorn the body kit parts all around, lending them some additional sportiness. Certain components are made from carbon fiber, and Lumma says there will be carbon options for the interior as well.
In the future, the engineering team intends to redesign the SUV’s entire exhaust system from scratch, but in the meantime, you can opt for custom quad tips.
Editor Andrew Raspopov
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