It looks like a BMW 6 Series Convertible, it’s based on the F12 Bavarian product but it seems that what’s being unveiled in Geneva isn’t that.
The model in question is actually called a Lumma Design CLR600 GT since the German tuner has changed so many things about it’s now legally able to rename it.
BMW’s 650i Convertible gets a new aero body kit, new wheels, a tweaked engine and suspension setup and a refreshed interior setup.
The twin-turbo 4.4 liter V8 engine of the 650i now develops 490 horsepower and torque to 531 pound-feet of torque. That means it’s a 90 horsepower bump.
We don’t know what changes that makes in acceleration but the rated top speed of the Lumma Design CLR600 GT stands at 160 mph.
The suspension setup is a custom made one and stars a 20 mm lowering kit. Along side the 20 inch GTB-Monoblock alloy rims with Vredestein tires it should make for quite the change in handling.
We’re still not sure if that’s a good or a bad thing. Just as we’re not very convinced of the LED lighting choices Lumma Design made.
The rest of the aesthetic bits are pretty impressive. A new front, rear bumper, side skirt set and new rear diffuser make up the bulk.
As far as the Lumma Design CLR600 GT’s interior is concerned, it delivers quite the luxurious package.
You get a hand-crafted leather and Alcantara upholstery, new aluminum pedals, a sport steering wheel and there’s even a re-trimmed boot to showoff.