Jaguar F-Pace CLR F by Lumma-Design-1

Having been introduced to the world not too long ago, the Jaguar F-Pace is already being kitted up by German tuner Lumma-Design. The upgrades come in the form of a lightweight body kit plus rims, along with an engine upgrade. The first-ever individualisation programme by Lumma-Design is called the CLR F package and will be available from the third quarter of 2016.

Exterior-wise, the F-Pace CLR F gets a touch of aggressiveness, emphasised through the use of carbon-fibre and PU-RIM body styling components. The PU-RIM components include a front bumper, rear apron, sculpted side skirts and wheelarch extensions.

As for the carbon-fibre parts, these include the Sportlook bonnet and rear body diffuser – which are both TUV certified. It also receives a set of ultra-lightweight 24-inch forged alloy wheels and four exhaust tailpipes to fully achieve that mean-looking stance. While not mentioned, the CLR F appears to sport yellow brake calipers in addition to the other mods.

Jaguar F-Pace CLR F by Lumma-Design-5

The supercharged 3.0 litre V6 at the heart of the F-Pace also gets a power bump. As a comparison, the mill in its standard form produces 380 hp. Here, thanks to a sport exhaust system and Lumma’s “engine upgrade programme” (applicable to the other engines too), 480 hp is available instead.

Inside, the F-Pace can be specified with the finest leather and Alcantara. Contrasting inserts made from aluminium, carbon-fibre or traditional wood veneers can be had. Meanwhile, the CLR F is also fitted with aluminium pedals and high-quality floormats that bear the Lumma coat of arms logo.

So guys, do you think this is cool, or a little OTT for a Jag? Let us know, below.


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