As the first tuner ever has the German team of Lumma Design in February this year, the 2018er Mercedes G-Class (G-Class IV W464) as widebody variant under the addition LUMMA CLR G770 (W463) presents. At least virtually. But you really are not done with the extensive modifications for the new model yet and now has tuner Brabus with the G63 700 Widestar the guys from Winterlingen even overtook them. But when the CLR G770 is finished, it will certainly be in no way inferior to its counterpart from Bottrop. Lumma now makes it easier to wait for the widebody kit with some customization options for the G-Class. For example, there are door handles covered with real carbon and finished with a high-gloss lacquer, new bezels for the main headlights, exterior mirror covers or the carbon spare wheel cover.
And new rims and complete wheel sets are also available from Lumma Design. The highlights here are definitely the brand new LUMMA CLR Racing 2 rims in the dimensions 11 × 23 inches. Many small carbon parts such as a trim set, covers for the bumpers, a cover for the D-pillars or the trim for the front grille complete the current tuning program for the time being. If we receive timely information on the official presentation of the LUMMA CLR G770 (W463), there is of course an update for this report. You will be informed about this if you simply use ours Feed subscribe to. Have fun watching the pictures and stay true to us!
(Photos: Lumma Design)
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for the Mercedes G-Class W463 2018
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