Aston Martin declared its in-house Q division that will provide an exclusive appearance package for the DBX SUV. If you are not interested to go the factory way then you would go for aftermarket route, Germany’s Lumma Design has also disclosed its tuning package for the opulent British crossover.
The tuning firm is popular for its craftsmanship on cars from the German premium brands. And it’s an amazing full-body package that changes the luxury SUV into high performing vehicle.
At the front, the kit comprises of an enhanced bumper with new lip spoiler, hood air intakes, and contrasting grille frame, all built from carbon fiber. At the side, new skirts visually integrated with the wide wheel arches to give a bulky look.
The DBX from Lumma Design has new large wheels with a five-twin-spoke design and a central lock look. The tuning firm announces that the optimum wheel-to-tire combinations will be tested and determined before the start of delivery in the fourth quarter of 2020.
The rear end has a new carbon fiber diffuser, bumper spoiler, and roof spoiler. Regardless of the vehicle’s exterior color, the exhaust pipes fixed into the bumper are finished in contrasting red.
The same carbon theme continues inside the cabin where Lumma has placed carbon interior trims, an ergonomically-optimized steering wheel with carbon inserts, and carbon pedal pads.
Lumma will sell just 20 quantities of the full tuning package. And the prices will be revealed closer to the on-sale date.