Posts Tagged ‘mercedes-benz sl tuning’

Misha Designs Mercedes SL

Tuesday, November 2nd, 2010:

Misha Designs Mercedes SL

The American tuning firm Misha Designs has recently released a widebody package for the Mercedes SL. Including several new aero parts, the package consists of a new front bumper, carbon fiber lower lip spoiler, cf diffuser, and trunk spoiler. These improved the aerodynamics, while the guys at Misha decided to make the car wider to look more like the Mercedes-Benz AMG Black Series. This was accomplished with new fenders and widening the quarter panels to merge with the wheel arches. Also, a new bonnet is used in this kit along with carbon fiber vents found in the hood and rear bumper.

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Misha Mercedes-Benz SL Widebody kit

Tuesday, October 26th, 2010:

Misha Mercedes-Benz SL Widebody kit

Sketches from two weeks ago were a teaser revealed by Misha Designs, but they have now released the Mercedes-Benz SL widebody kit. Showcasing masculine car styling, the aero kit from Misha can transform all Mercedes SL models ranging from 2003-2009. The facelift comes from a newly shaped front bumper with lower carbon fiber lip spoiler featuring larger openings, wider fenders similar to the Mercedes Black Series, and a powerful looking hood with carbon fiber vents. Smooth styled side skirts continue down the car, while a rear bumper with carbon gills, diffuser, and rear trunk spoiler improve the downforce.

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VITT Mercedes SL

Tuesday, April 20th, 2010:

VITT Mercedes SL

The Japanese tuning firm VITT has released their all new wide body kit for the Mercedes SL to make it even more aggressive. Mercedes-Benz launched a special edition Mercedes SL AMG Black Series a while back, and this new package from VITT might be the solution for those who couldn’t get the factory parts. The car looks like something you would see from a Fast and Furious movie series, being extremely close to the ground and sporting cheap decals on the side. VITT offers other body kits for the Mercedes Benz SL, while this one was premiered at the Nagoya Auto Trend.

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