2011 Geneva Motor Show

Geneva 2011: Mansory MBZ SLS AMG

Mansory auto tuning has unveiled its latest project at the 2011 Geneva Motor Show, the tuned Mercedes-Benz SLS AMG. This unveiling comes after the Swiss aftermarket specialist worked at replacing the AMG's aluminum bodyshell with a carbon fiber one, and shaved 90 kg it's weight. Upgrades include new headlights, a new front spoiler with large air intakes, an F1 inspired nose, and a rear spoiler equipped with an air-diffuser and wing on the trunk.

Mansory's interpretation is being called the Cormeum. The performance modifications consist of an upgraded engine that produces 660-horsepower thanks to the fitting of a sports air filter, a custom exhaust system, and the adjustment of high-performance compressors. The vehicle rides 20 mm lower than the standard SLS AMG thanks to new dampers and springs. Mansory has announced that they will be offering only 15 units of the SLS AMG.

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