Another day, another SLS AMG tuner. This time around, Kicherer is out with their Pan-Am model, but is it unique? Details inside.

German tuners Kicherer are now the second design team to release their plans for a Pan-Am version of the Mercedes-Benz SLS AMG.  Although beaten to the punch by Gullwing America, Kicherer have added a few touches to stand out.

The engineers strived to keep much of the stock AMG's shape, despite their attempt to make a "even more sporty version."  Seen on the car is a new front lip spoiler, larger front intakes, a roof-mounted air intake, and rear diffuser.  Each of the new pieces were made from carbon fiber.

Also included is a stainless steel grille, which can also come in a gold tone.  A stainless steel, quad-pipe exhaust was also mounted.  The car sits on lightweight, three-part 20-inch wheels.

Performance upgrades will also be available for the 6.3-liter V8-engined vehicle, but details were not provided.

Gallery: Kicherer SLS 63 CP Conceptualized