It’s safe to say that the launch of the new Mercedes SLS AMG Gullwing at this year’s Frankfurt Motor Show was a successful one, with almost all of the automotive media trying to get pictures and new details on Mercedes-Benz’s newest supercar.
But the team at Lorinser saw this new model as an opportunity and immediately started developing two new tuning kits for the high end model. The two are still in the design stage, but will soon enter production and we will be able to see them on an actual SLS AMG.
The first one, pictured above, is the more aggressive of the two, with new front spoiler featuring a carbon fiber lip, material which is abundant both on the hood and on the sides of the new model, according to Lorinser. Sportier side skirts and wider air intakes are also featured in this first bodykit for the SLS AMG.
The second one is slightly gentler, and offers a more traditional take on the new supercar from Mercedes Benz. The front grille is more decent, and even the side skirts don’t stand out as much, making this a great choice for people who don’t want their new SLS to stand out, but not to be lost in the crowd.
No launch or price details were given by Lorinser, but it’s safe to say that at the end of the year or at the beginning of 2010, we might see a new SLS AMG donning one of these two bodykits.
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