MEC Design Mercedes SLS Roadster
Berlin based Mercedes tuner MEC Design has taken another look at the Mercedes SLS AMG, this time the SLS AMG Roadster
by Jim Davis | 14 March 2013
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Berlin based Mercedes-Benz tuner MEC Design has once again taken a look at the Mercedes SLS AMG, this time the SLS AMG Roadster with new photos added today. Though we’ve brought you other Mercedes SLS AMG tuners from MEC Design, this was the first time the extreme German tuner took on the SLS Roadster.
For the exterior, the SLS AMG Roadster by MEC Design is covered in a completely new bodykit that includes a new front bumper with LED-insets, carbon fiber front lip spoiler, rear bumper with carbon fiber GT3 diffuser, side skirts, and a rear trunk lid spoiler that can also come in carbon fiber.
The updated aero kit includes a new carbon fiber front bumper with LED insert and two-piece front spoiler lip, available also as a one-piece front spoiler lip. In the rear, the bumper features an extreme diffuser in carbon fiber finish with the option of installing a GT3, Formula and Black Series style diffuser if you prefer.
Side skirts with optional four LEDs per side are installed with the SLS Roadsters rear spoiler finished in carbon. A two-piece rear window spoiler is finished in the vehicle color and the roof air scoop also is colored to match the vehicle as well. Of course, being MED Design, all body kit parts are optionally available in a carbon fiber finish.
MEC Design’s exhaust system features a stainless steel sports rear muffler that offers up a monstrous sound when at higher rpm ranges. The suspension system on the SLS Roadster has been updated with a MEC Design hydraulic coilover suspension kit with LIFT-UP System, this allows for height adjustment with the push of a button. The LIFT-UP system lowers the Mercedes-Benz SLS 30mm at the front axle with the rear axle sitting up to 70mm lower. The SLS rides on 20 inch MEC Design mecxtreme3 wheels.
We’ve posted the complete photo coverage of the MEC Design SLS Roadster below as well as previous photos of their work on the SLS63 AMG Gullwing.