Lumma Design makes the Mercedes V-Class even meaner 4

We are now used to seeing vehicles heavily modified by German preparers, each one crazier than the next. But it’s not every day that you come across a modified Mercedes V-Class.

Apparently there is a bigger tuning market for utility vehicles than you might think and Lumma Design is just presenting one of these body kits for the Mercedes V-Class. Designed specifically for the long-wheelbase variant of the V-Class , this kit reinforces the visual appeal of the van to the point that one might think that it hides enormous firepower. However, the modifications signed by Lumma Design will also soon be available on the classic versions of the V-Class.

If this utility looks like a minivan-supercar, it doesn’t. Everything the tuner has changed on this vehicle are cosmetic changes. Installation of specific bumpers, new daytime running lights, new air vents and a grille with vertical slats that seems to have been inspired by AMG’s Panamericana. Lumma logos have replaced the Mercedes stars on both ends, and the kit is completed with side skirt extensions, a new roof spoiler and a rear diffuser.

A sporty V-Class?

Four round stainless steel tailpipes contribute to the meaner appearance of this V-Class and amplify the sound. New 19-inch black CLR aluminum wheels complete the look of this unique utility.

While Lumma hasn’t posted any interior photos of its particular MPV, they said they’ve also upgraded the cabin with specific pedals, an aluminum footrest, as well as new floor mats. On request, they can further polish the cockpit, rearranging it with leather upholstery, Alcantara or whatever customers want. The “CLR V” conversion kit is available to order at a price of 11,950 euros. So, do you want to transform a simple V-Class into a supercar?