Discontinued in 2010 but still an aftermarket favorite, the Mercedes McLaren SLR has never looked better thanks to tuning maestro RENNtech.
While the SLS AMG occupies top spot on the Mercedes lineup, its predecessor, the SLR McLaren, remains a firm favorite with the aftermarket community, with this latest project, based on the roadster, coming from US-based Mercedes specialist RENNtech. The McLaren SLR convertible is a rare sight, especially one finished in yellow. The paint job matches that of the recently revealed SLS AMG Black Series that wowed the crowds of the 2012 LA Auto Show, and comes with upgraded headers, exhaust, brakes and intercooler.
The result is new output figures of 750 horsepower and 735 pound-feet of torque for the 5.4-liter V8, up from 617 hp and 580 lb-ft. Other visual enhancements include a set of ADV05 Deep Concave wheels by ADV.1 Wheels, staggered at 20 inches up front and 21 inches at the rear. The wheels are finished with a matte black center and gloss black lip and inner.