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Mansory Mercedes-Benz SLS Roadster on HRE Wheels

Mansory Mercedes-Benz SLS Roadster

Mansory have not yet released official images of a Mansory Mercedes-Benz SLS AMG Roadster, yet the kit is obviously available as HRE Demonstrate with one of their latest projects. This particular car is the less extreme version of their design. It’s down as the SLS AMG ‘Soft Kit’ on their website and we first saw it at the Frankfurt Motor Show 2011.

The HRE Wheels aspect of this story centers around a set of modular three-piece HRE 794RS units. They aggressively sculpted spokes and a conical profile. They are one of the lightest wheels HRE make thanks to the use of aerospace-grade 6061-T6 forged aluminum. They have a grey finish with a silver lip. Check out the new gallery!

As for the bodykit applied to this car. It includes a front spoiler lip which retains the production series bumper, a new carbon bonnet complete with gills, a new side skirt set for better air flow, a new rear lip spoiler and optimized diffuser to provide additional lift. It’s one of Mansory’s most subtle kits yet all the additional parts are still manufactured from perfectly woven carbon fiber.

There are two things we are not sure about with this car. First is whether the Mansory power pack has been applied This consists of a high-performance compressor unit, a sports air filter and a stainless steel sports exhaust system complete with a new engine management map for the engine’s electronic system. This would increase power figures to 732hp at 6,500rpm and 825Nm at 5,600rpm. Secondly, whilst the seats appear to be finished in creme, we are not sure whether they get a special Mansory interior.

Let us know what you think of the modifications, including the wheels in the box below. You can read more on the Mansory SLS ‘Soft Kit’ and the full fat Mansory Cormeum by following the relevant links in the text!

[Via Luxury4Play]

Published: March 31, 2012 11:39 am

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