Lumma Design E50 CLR 2010 Mercedes-Benz E-Class
German tuner Lumma Design is renowned for its work with Mercedes-Benz models, ranging from its aerodynamic upgrades to its mechanical modifications that offer alternatives to the stock standard AMG treatment most high-performance Mercs are subject to.
Mercedes' new 2010 E-Class Sedan, of course, means that Lumma Design has a new toy to play with and the tuner hasn't wasted anytime on its work with the car. Set to go on sale later this year, the Lumma Design E-Class is expected to add some more 'exciting' elements to the ordinary four-door.
On the outside, a stainless-steel mesh grille is accompanied by a new front spoiler and integrated daytime running lights. Side skirts continue the aggressive trend set by the new front spoiler, while at the back an impressively sized rear-diffuser accompanies two fat exhaust pipes and a small bootlid spoiler.
Besides the complete aerodynamic kit, the vehicle offers exclusive interior fittings, more performance and the intelligent suspension lowering system. According to Lumma Design, the control unit of the suspension detects the road conditions and adjusts the remaining spring range continuously, meaning that the car will always be perfectly tuned for wherever it's driving. New wheels measure in at 20 inch.
Power hikes are offered across the board but of most interest is the modifications done to the V-8-powered E550. Peak output has been boosted to 450 horsepower and 406 pound-feet of torque.