Meet Lumma Design CLR LD - a Defender on steroids
A German tuner has given the new Land Rover Defender an upgrade and it's...quite something to say the least.
If you are among the 0.1% of people who thought that the new Land Rover Defender did not look exciting enough when it was first revealed - although I really cannot imagine why you would think like that - then I present to you a solution: a Defender tuned by Germans.
The job was done specifically by a German tuning company called Lumma Design, and the result is something the company has called a “muscle-bound off-road athlete”. For now, I only know of two colour options: dark green and light lime green designed to blind any 9 year-old that looks upon it.
So what does this...thing bring to the table? Well, the CLR LD has "a new a front spoiler, new side skirts, a new rear apron, and a new front grille, all made from lightweight carbon fibre or polyurethane plastic", as well as a 'sports exhaust system' and widened wheel arches.
All I have to say is this: remember that unfortunate event in 1940 when the Germans bombed Coventry and destroyed the historic cathedral there? Well, 80 years later the Germans have done the same to the Defender.