2011 LUMMA DESIGN PORSCHE CAYENNE CLR 558 GT
The new Porsche Cayenne CLR 558 GT dressed up by Lumma Design. The German design house’s CLR 558 GT package upgrades the appearance of the luxury SUV with a new wide body aero kit. It comprises of a redesigned, two-tone front bumper with a plethora of LEDs and fog lights, a carbon Kevlar hood with air vents, high rising side skirts, wheel arch extensions, and a restyled rear bumper housing a diffuser and three central mounted exhaust tail pipes.
Lumma Design limited the mechanical upgrades to a custom sports exhaust system and an electric lowering module for models equipped with an air suspension system.
Continued by the smoked headlamps and tail lights, the new roof and tail gate spoilers along with the massive 22-inch alloy wheels shod in extra-beefy 295/30 22 tires further the exterior styling transformation.
Lumma Design proposes an aluminum pedal set, illuminated door sills and leather floor mats for passengers and the cargo compartment to Porsche Cayenne CLR 558 GT.
2012 MERCEDES BENZ SLK350
Good news for all, The 2012 Mercedes-Benz SLK350 goes on-sale in the U.S. in June 2011. All-weather driving enjoyment open or closed, during weekends or the daily commute is built-in to the SLK’s genes. Extremely compact dimensions combined with a generous interior with numerous practical features. Outstanding performance and sporty, agile handling are also major characteristics of the new SLK. The new SLK is also the safest roadster with its unrivalled range of safety features.
Standard brushed aluminum trim covers the center console; wood trim can be ordered as an option in high-gloss dark brown burl walnut. Four round, metallic air outlets integrated in the dashboard emphasize that this model truly belongs to the Mercedes-Benz sports car family, their shape being a nod to those in the SLS AMG.
The Mercedes-Benz SLK350 offers a choice of Black, Sahara Beige or Ash sun-reflecting leather as well as Black and Bengal Red Premium sun-reflecting leather which noticeably reduces heat build-up. The leather has a special coating which reflects the sun’s rays and measurements have shown that this reduces the temperature of the seats by more than 18 degrees Fahrenheit a significant improvement in comfort when the car has been parked in the sun.