The latest Audi RS Q8 tuning from the German tuners “Lumma” does not requires a lot of power, but has aggressive styling embedded in it.
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.
Other new carbon fiber components include a custom rear diffuser, rear roof spoiler, and numerous enhancements for the rear lights and side panels. Large air inlets on the wheel arch extensions also optimize the ventilation of the brake system.
By installing a power control module and a quad sports exhaust system with black or carbon tailpipes, Lumma has increased the RS Q8’s engine output to 694 hp and 671 lb-ft of torque. The aftermarket tuner hasn’t released any performance specifications but claims the modified RS Q8 will deliver a “noticeable improvement in the driving performance.”
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.