Lumma Design Lightly Mods Range Rover Velar

After introducing us to their wide-body CLR GT kit for the Velar last month, tuner Lumma Design has now finalized another conversion that makes the premium SUV look more sporty.

It all starts with the custom wheel arch extensions that widen the vehicle by approximately 30 mm (1.18 in) on each side. The parts can be fitted easily thanks to the adhesive mounting, with customers then able to mount Lumma’s own 22″ and 23″ wheels on their standard Velars thanks to these extensions.

The tuner also prepared a new front grille design to go with the rear spoiler lip, side mirror caps and rear diffuser. Opting for the regular sport grille means spending €419 ($516), taxes included, whereas the grille that doesn’t feature design bars costs €409 ($503).

Meanwhile, the three-piece spoiler lip is €534 ($657), the bonnet cover set €558 ($687) and the wheel arch set €1,749 ($2,154). As for the custom wheels, they range in price from €986 ($1,214) for the black smoke 22″ set to €1,254 ($1,544) for the 23″ matte black set.

For the interior, the tuner’s customization program will offer an aluminum pedal set, special upholstery, a sport steering wheel, bespoke seats, as well as floor and boot carpet mats embroidered with the Lumma Design logo.

Lumma is also working on performance upgrades for both petrol and diesel versions of the Range Rover Velar, to add some extra go in all that show.

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  • no25

    Pic 11/12: the rose gold chrome bar and that black padding dont line up to their counterparts on the door…

    • Jay

      Its mostly because the gap from the hood to the fender is bigger than all of the other panel gaps but the fitment of the door it self seems a bit off too since the trim at the bottom doesn’t line up very well either.

      • Kash

        it’s not the door that’s off, it’s that front quarter panel. The bottom trim on the rear door and front door lineup just fine.

        • Jay

          Thats Land Rovers fit an finish now a days. a lot of panels are off, I watched Doug DeMeros video on the velar and it had the same fitment and the rear hatch and taillights didn’t line up. Its a shame if they all have same fitment issue in the same place.

    • TheHake

      That whole panel is off. Look at the bottom as well.

  • Zandit75

    Looks great, except for one thing. If you’re going to put such big wheels on a car, upgrade the brakes to a suitable size so they don’t look like toys

    • Bash

      On point!

    • Howstar

      If they had not cheeped out on the smallest engine, it would have the bigger brembos on it

  • TheBelltower

    Man this thing is pretty. Love the Velar. DAMN YOU… YOU SEDUCTIVE RANGE ROVERS! Looks good with the wheels. The plastic appliqués… grille, spoiler appliqués, not so much of an improvement.

  • Jay

    Went to the Auto Show.. the Velar looks fantastic.

  • Knotmyrealname

    Leave it alone. It was perfect as it was.

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