Sievers Tuning was in charge of providing a new exterior paint scheme for the limited-run Mercedes-Benz SLS AMG GT3 45th Anniversary Edition.
One of the five SLS AMG GT3 45th Anniversary Edition owners asked German-based Sievers Tuning to create a new livery for the supercar and they came up with an orange look complemented by several black graphics, including a Batman logo on the rear wing’s sides and also on the rear bumper.
We remind you the vehicle was introduced in 2012 as a celebration to AMG's 45th anniversary and all five cars had a unique matte paint job. At home in Germany it was priced at 446,250 EUR and came with several body parts made from carbon fiber reinforced plastic together with the familiar 6.3-liter V8. On the inside it packs a steel roll-over cage and a matt carbon look for the center console and dashboard.
The SLS will be retired in the months to come and won't receive a direct replacement as the AMG GT (name not final) will be not only smaller and lighter but also considerably less expensive.