Mercedes-Benz R230 SL by PP Exclusive


A slick new tuning program for the R230 SL is strictly aesthetic in nature.

A series of modifications for the R230 SL has been unveiled by German tuners PP Exclusive. New 20-inch alloys feature in the pictures, although rims up to 23 inches are on offer. The arches have been appropriately widened by 25mm up front and 55mm at the rear. The car has been lowered by 10cm via an electronic suspension module, the controls for which are located on the steering wheel.

A cool feature is being able to check the current height status by accessing it on the instrument panel. A stainless-steel quad exhaust with oval-shaped pipes has also been added. On the inside, the driver and passenger seats have been finished in white Nappa leather with black stitching, and black Alcantara has been used on the sun visors and roof interior. The same material features on a new steering wheel that's been lacquered in white.

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