Mercedes-Benz SL R230 Widebody Kit by Prior Design

Tuning

The German aftermarket specialists have released plenty of decent snaps of one of their latest tuning packages.

Prior Design's widebody conversion package has been made to fit all R230 SL models from 2003 onwards. Finished in Satin Metallic Grey, the kit includes a new hood, front and rear bumpers, wide front fenders, side skirts, rear diffuser, rear fender flares and trunk spoiler. The front and rear fenders have been suitably widened by about 4 inches on each side so that a set of wide tires can be fitted on the vehicle to improve both traction and performance.

The car pictured is sitting on 20-inch DPE SPSC7 alloys, which complement the styling kit nicely. No information has been released about the price of the package but we suspect that it's available now.

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