It may be a newcomer to the coupe SUV party, but the Audi Q8 is already on tuning houses’ radar.
One of them is Lumma Design, which is readying an aftermarket kit that will become available from summer, said to “enhance the extravagant appearance of the SUV coupe and underline its individuality”.
In the official renderings released by Lumma, the Q8 sports a front apron, rear diffuser, new side skirts and fender extensions on all four corners. These can be joined by winglets for the front apron and carbon fiber hood attachment, roof spoiler and tailgate-mounted wing.
The tuning package for the Audi Q8 also includes a set of new rims. These can be 22-, 23- or 24-inch in size and, unlike the body parts, they’re already in stock, with Lumma saying that they can be used with wheel spacers to contribute to the wider look of the vehicle.
The demo images reveal an interior design that’s far from stock. In this case, the company’s proposal is red and black leather for the seats, front and rear armrests, and door panels. On request, however, they can trim the cockpit to each customer’s liking.
What they won’t do is upgrade the engine. So, if this is on someone’s list, then they’ll have to get in touch with other tuners, such as ABT Sportsline, which will install their engine control unit to the 3.0-liter V6 diesel. This allows it to produce 330 PS (325 hp / 243 kW) and 650 Nm (479 lb-ft) of torque, up from the stock 286 PS (282 hp / 210 kW) and 600 Nm (443 lb-ft).