Think the Aston Martin DBX could do with more daring styling? Well, Lumma Design has previewed its exclusive new kit for the crossover.

Lumma's version of the DBX will sport new wheelarch extensions and side-skirts with carbon-fibre inserts to lend it a more dynamic profile. Its stance has been further improved with a set of Lumma Sports forged alloy wheels with central locks. The German tuning firm has yet to confirm the wheel and tyre combination.

The front receives more aggressive face by means of a spoiler with a carbon-fibre blade, while the grille and bonnet air intakes are finished in the lightweight material, too. The rear continues the aggressive theme with a redesigned apron hosting a diffuser, spoiler lip and quad-pipe trims mated to a sports silencer. A three-piece spoiler lip and roof spoiler, meanwhile, promise to enhance the SUV’s aerodynamics.

The use of carbon-fibre continues in the cabin, where the DBX receives a set of pedal pads with non-slip rubbers, an inlay for the steering wheel and various interior strips.

Currently in development are performance increases for the Mercedes-AMG-sourced twin-turbo 4,0-litre V8, along with chassis modifications to enhance dynamic capabilities.

Just 20 versions of Lumma's take on the DBX will be built, with a planned release date in the final quarter of 2020. Pricing has yet to be announced.

Original article from Car