THE FLYER - SLS with 623 hp by Inden Design

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An existing icon - and that is the legendary 300 SL of 1954 without any doubt - practically to reinvent, is an almost insurmountable task. But the Mercedes-Benz has "dared" the new edition of the SLS and thus obviously hit a sensitive nerve. The legitimate descendant of the 300 SL was baptized in the name of SLS, it comes from the inimitable pen of AMG and makes a stir everywhere. It is obvious that the weight plays a decisive role in case of such a high flyer .

It is not surprising that the shell of the body, designed as a grid frame in aluminum, weighs just 241 kg. Furthermore, the doors with only 18 kg per piece save the budget, just to mention two items from a continuing list.

Once again, Joachim Inden from INDEN Design - despite successfully completed removal - came to the idea to optimize one of the vehicles which is suspected to be perfect . The vehicle, a 6.2-liter V8, which has 571 hp and 650 Nm of torque, gets additional 52 hp through significant changes to the exhaust (sportskats and manifold) and software . And there is a set of wheels perfectly fitted to the vehicle, so that the power get to the asphaltsurface adequately, all round in the dimension of 10.5 × 20 inches. The front axle dimensions are 265/30-20 and the rear axle dimensions are 295/30-20 on the side of the tire .

And who would not like to enter and go with the flyer after only a few appetizers, would probably lie, right?

For more on this SLS and various other conversion options in the new workplace directly at:

INDEN Design
Hauptstraße 2a
directly at the B 54
65477 Rennerod
Telephone 0 26 64 / 911 61 44
Telefax 0 26 64 / 911 61 45
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