Find out what you get for tens of thousands of euros from German firm Inden Design when making modifications to your SL 63 AMG. The story and pics inside.
Engineers at the German tuning company Inden Design have created a new refresher for the Mercedes-Benz SL 63 AMG R230 facelift. The expensive set of upgrades includes performance enhancement, new body parts, wheels, suspension, and more.
The team is able to provide a power increase, taking the engine's output to 560 horsepower and up to 670 Nm of torque. This is not included in the €19,900 cost of body parts, which provides the customer with a new front bumper with spoiler, ventilated hood and fenders, side skirts, rear apron, rear diffuser, and rear spoiler. For an additional €3,500, a carbon fiber hood can be provided. The material can also be used on the rear diffuser for an added €800.
Sadly, this cost does not include €8,000 for labor, and €7,500 for putty work and painting.
The high prices do not stop there, as 11x20 inch front and 13x20 inch rear wheels wrapped in Dunlop high speed tires will cost €13,200. The Black Saphire wheel is a multipart light alloy, and is built for performance. Modifications to the ABC suspension increases the price tag by €1,550 to drop the body, but it raises back up by 20mm once the car hits 70 km/h.
Other parts like a rear camera (€900), Black Saphire steel tailpipes (€1,220), and daytime runners (€420) can also be purchased. Unspecified modifications are also available for the interior.