Specific modifications include a full racing exhaust system with large-diameter high-flow catalytic converters. The engine’s ECU has also been upgraded to optimize efficiency from the increased flow. A new air plenum, carbon air-filter enclosure and red cylinder head covers brighten up the engine bay, while a wide-body aerodynamics kit with a wind-tunnel tested racing diffuser adorns the exterior. An H&R sports suspension kit sees the car ride a full 40mm lower than the regular M5, while huge 21in wheels fill the massive guards.
Lumma haven’t left the interior untouched either. Inside, the car gets leather trim that matches the brash paint job, a new instrument cluster with orange faceplates and a 360km/h speedo, plus a Lumma designed ergonomic steering wheel. The pedals and footrest made from anodized aluminum featuring the Lumma signature completes the interior package.