Brabus has unveiled their new tuning program for the Mercedes SLS AMG.
Designed to encompass the philosophy of "carbon fiber, handling and ultra lightweight", the program centers around making a good vehicle better.
To this end, the tuner offers an aerodynamic carbon fiber styling package that consists of a front spoiler, two upper air inlets (for improved engine cooling), revised front fender vents (with an illuminated Brabus logo), an aggressive rear diffuser, and a trunk-mounted spoiler. Other goodies include ultra-light Monoblock F PLATINUM EDITION wheels (which weigh 12% less than stock) and a modified suspension module which can lower the car 40mm (1.6 inches) or raise it 50mm (2 inches).
Inside, the company offers an ergonomically-shaped sport steering wheel, illuminated stainless-steel scuff plates, custom leather upholstery, and carbon fiber or exotic wood trim.
Under the hood, Brabus engineers installed a titanium sport exhaust system which weighs 12 kilograms (26 lbs) less than the standard one. It features 84mm (3.3 inch) tips and a "pneumatically controlled bypass gate that is activated from the cockpit."
If you're disappointed the 6.3-liter V8 hasn't been turned into some kind of asphalt swallowing monster, Brabus promises their engine tuning program is in the final stage of development and should be released soon.