Wild Porsche Panamera

German tuner Lumma Design makes the Panamera even more striking than normal

The Porsche Panamera – a pretty impressive take on the four-door supercar, but a bit of an opinion divider on the styling front. It’s unlikely you find it too subtle, but nonetheless, Lumma Design has answered an unasked question with its Panamera-based CLR 700GT.

As you can probably tell from the pictures, it’s still at the design stage, and there’s no word on what power lies beneath. We do get a pretty good feel for Lumma’s design credentials, though, with stonking 22in dished alloys housed in bulbous new wheelarches, aggressive new bumpers, splitters and spoilers and a rather large rear diffuser.

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There’s also a smattering of additional air intakes as well as what appears to be a carbon bonnet. The CLR 700GT rides 35mm lower than a standard Porsche Panamera (bottom two pics).

If you like what you see (and we’ll try not to judge if you do) then Lumma Design’s website is the place to find out more. They’ve tweaked everything from Minis and M3s to Cayennes and X6s. Enjoy.Follow evo Magazine on Twitter for the performance car latest

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