Benz SLK by Expression Motorsport


Styling upgrade enhances the roadster’s aggression and aerodynamics.

Belgium car stylist Expression Motorsport has introduced a new widebody kit for the Mercedes-Benz SLK. The aim of the add-on parts is to give the roadster more of a racing aesthetic while providing genuine aerodynamic enhancements. A carbon-fiber front spoiler lip and inserts combined with larger openings in the front bumper and hood help to better cool the engine and add some aggressive styling, while the LED DRLs and directional foglights give it a racing edge.

Side fender flares allow for 20-inch alloys to be fitted that, married to a lowered suspension, would give the SLK a menacing stance. Rounding off the aftermarket package is a carbon-fiber rear diffuser, trunk-mounted wing and a double twin-exhaust system.

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