First announced backin October Lumma Design is set to debut a comprehensive tuning package for the Porsche Panamera at the Geneva Motor Show.

Back in October Lumma Design announced a comprehensive tuning package for the Porsche Panamera was in development and provided us with a few design sketches.  Now, Lumma has followed through with the announcement of its world premiere at the Geneva Motor Show on March 2.

With a heavy dose of carbon fiber and Kevlar, the GT from Zuffenhausen is equipped with a full widebody aero kit consisting of a front bumper fascia with integrated LED wings, upper and lower fender extensions, two-tone side skirts, rear door wheel-house extensions, quarter panel extensions, rear lid spoiler with aluminum mounting arms and rear bumper fascia with rear diffuser all made of carbon fiber. 

Forged three-piece Racing Edition wheels with stainless steel outer rim measure 10.5x21 inches with 265/30 tires at the front and 12x21 inches with 305/30-21 tires at the rear.  A lowering module, which reduces ride height by 35mm / 1.38 inches, and a high performance braking system are also included.

Lumma's "Sportsound" rear muffler contains four stainless steel tips measuring 100 millimetres in diameter.

As the name implies, the CLR 700 GT puts out 700 PS (515 kW / 691 hp).  Unfortunately, Lumma hasn't given the details yet, but shows the engine with a bright red engine cover with the Lumma coat of arms logo.

Lumma has bathed the interior in red leather and ultra-suede with silver stitching. Aluminum pedals are found on the floor above the velour floor mats while the door sills are illuminated with "CLR 700 GT" lettering.  Each vehicle is branded with an identification plate displaying the consecutive serial number.

Look for more information to be released when Lumma officially unveils the CLR 700 GT in Geneva in four days.

Gallery: LUMMA CLR 700 GT based on Porsche Panamera Turbo Pre-Geneva Reveal