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Lumma CLR 600 GT based on the BMW 650i Cabriolet

By Adrian Prisca


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Another refined BMW will be coming out of Lumma Design’s gates. Sophisticatedly named the CLR 600 GT, the beast has as its base a 2012 BMW 650i Cabriolet and will be making a debut on the occasion of the Geneva Motor Show in March. Mainly dealing with Porsches and BMWs, the German tuner has already developed this F12-aimed tuning package in spite of the recent BMW E 64’s make-up.

The outsides of the car feature an aerodynamic body kit including a rear diffuser, side skirts and a front bumper with lower spoiler set with LED daytime lights. The suspension has been lowered by 2 centimeters, while the stock wheels have been changed with GTB-Monoblock 9 10.5 x 20 inch ones.

In terms of performance, the 4.4-liter twin-turbo V8 now delivers 490 HP, 82 HP more than the stock version. The torque has also been increased, from 600 Nm to 720 Nm. In spite of these great changes, the tuner hasn’t yet released any detailing regarding the cause of the power boost, but we can easily think of new air intakes, sport exhaust with flow-optimizations or a reprogrammed control unit module.

The interior on the other hand has been visibly shaken, showing off a great deal of drama. The pictures speak for themselves – the hand-made upholstery features leather and alcantara throughout. Some additional interesting features we should name are the velour floor mats, aluminum sports pedal set and the sports steering wheel.

Check out the photos if we didn’t manage to convince you with our description; it’s obvious that you’ll give us right, they speak for themselves.

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About Adrian Prisca

Founder of Luxatic and countless other projects, Adrian has shaped this website into a go-to source for discerning readers looking for the latest in luxury products and experiences. He has over 15 years of experience in creating, managing and publishing lifestyle content across numerous platforms and he’s considered a leading voice in the luxury industry.

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