German tuner offers a full refinement of the SLS AMG Roadster including a power boost to 611 PS (448 kW / 600 hp).
Mercedes tuner Brabus has unveiled its package for the SLS AMG Roadster which it will premiere at the Essen Motor Show this weekend.
The German tuner starts things off with a complete carbon fiber aerodynamic kit which it offers either in a high-gloss or matte finish. The body kit includes a front spoiler, newly designed air vents for the front fenders, side skirts, rear spoiler, side air vents for the rear fascia and a diffuser with integrated quad-exhaust.
Brabus then fits its own Monoblock F "Platinum Edition" forged wheels, offered in several finishes, with 20-inch rims for the front and 21-inch rims at the rear axle.
The Brabus Ride Control suspension system lowers the car by up to 40 mm at the touch of a button where the driver also gets to choose between different damper settings. The tuner also offers a Front Lift System which can raise the front axle of the car by 50 mm to navigate speed bumps or other obstacles.
For a power upgrade Brabus adds a titanium sport exhaust system with quad pipes measuring 84 mm in diameter and an engine tuning that raises output on the 6.3 liter V8 from the series 571 PS (420 kW / 563 hp) to 611 PS (448 kW / 600 hp).
For the interior, Brabus offers fully individualized finishes using the finest leather and Alcantara materials with carbon-fiber or exotic-wood trims.