Lumma Design Presents New BMW 6-Series CLR 600 GT Prior to its Geneva Motor Show Debut

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For owners of the new generation of the BMW 6-Series Convertible codenamed F12 looking to improve the looks and the performance of their drop-top model, Lumma Design has released the first details on its CLR 600 GT package that will debut in a couple of weeks' time at the Geneva Auto Salon.

The German tuning firm's offerings include a rather discreet exterior styling kit comprising a front apron with additional LED daytime running lights (wonder how long these will last…), rocker panels, blacked out kidney grilles, and a rear apron with a diffuser.

The cabriolet's stance is more aggressive thanks to the 20mm lowered sports suspension and the fitment of new 20-inch alloy wheels.

The interior receives more attention as among other upgrades, Lumma Design has dressed the cabin in leather and alcantara, while also adding alloy pedals and bespoke decorative trims.

On the performance front, Lumma-Design's engineers have re-tuned the 650i's 4.4-liter twin-turbocharged V8 lifting output from 408-horses and 600Nm (442.6 lb-ft) to 490-ponnies and 720Nm (531 lb-ft) of peak torque.

More details on the tune are to be released during the CLR 600 GT's world premiere at next month's Geneva Motor Show.

Story References: Lumma-Design via Worldcarfans