The Audi Q8 is already one of the best-looking SUVs on the market, but if you’re looking to really stand out from the crowd, tuning company Lumma has just dialed up the flagship RS Q8 to eleven. While the overly aggressive makeup previewed in a series of renders here might not be to everyone’s taste, it does make the Lamborghini Urus look tame in comparison.
Officially dubbed the Lumma CLR 8 RS, the SUV benefits from a series of exterior modifications that really make it stand out on the road. At the front there is a carbon fiber shroud around the front grille as well as an extended front splitter and new carbon air intake surrounds. Lumma has then designed a set of flared front and rear wheel arches, as well as new wheels and side skirts, for the SUV that provide it with an even more menacing look on the road.
At the rear and you will find an enlarged roof spoiler, a small decklid lip spoiler, carbon fiber touches under the taillights and a bold diffuser. A handful of interior modifications have also been made, including the fitment of aluminum pedals, bespoke floor mats, and lots of luxurious leather.
Not satisfied with simply working on the exterior and interior of the SUV, Lumma says it will fit the 4.0-liter twin-turbocharged V8 with a power control module that sees the RS Q8 deliver a total of 694 hp and 671 lb-ft (910 Nm) of torque.
Pricing for Lumma’s bodykit, interior upgrades and engine modifications starts from €38,000 (~$42,800), and the first kits for customers are expected to be produced in the fourth quarter.