The Mercedes SLS AMG was designed as a response to McLaren’s MP4-12C, but while Mercedes is still deciding on whether or not to build a Black Series version that will come closer to the horsepower provided by the MP4-12C, German tuner Kicherer is busy creating an even faster version of the Mercedes supercar. The Mercedes SLS 63 Supersport was developed in cooperation with KW Automotive and improves both the car’s aerodynamics and performance.
While a standard SLS AMG develops a total of 571 HP, the 63 Supersport package goes up to an impressive 610 HP and 670Nm of torque. The increase was obtained thanks to a stainless steel sports exhaust system and a performance optimization package. Aside from the sweet increase in power, the SLS AMG also receives a new lift-up threaded sports chassis that allows for up to 30mm of increased height, a feature that facilitates driving over those nasty speed bumps. On the other hand, this same sports chassis can be lowered with a touch of a button to maneuver itself easily through parking garages.
The aerodynamic package includes a front spoiler lip in carbon and read diffuser fins in carbon. The package is finished by RS-1 multi-part forged wheels and a series of interior decorative parts in carbon.