When an SLS with Ferrari 599 headlights cruises down the street, it can almost certainly be a quirky creation from the Mansory workshop. While some might see it as the latest trend, it's, in reality, a complete transformation of a once-beautiful car. But that's par for the course with Mansory.
This car has now been posted on this page for the thirtieth time. It has been spotted in Switzerland, Monaco, Cannes, and now in Kiev, where it seems to have come from. The exterior of this car has been so radically altered that it's hard to recognize it as an SLS anymore. The car is made entirely of visible carbon fiber, and the bumpers have been completely redesigned. At the rear, there's an immense spoiler. Thankfully, the massive Mercedes emblem on the front has been replaced with a Mansory logo. Because somehow, this car no longer deserves to be called a Mercedes...
Additionally, in one of the pictures, you can see another Mansory car, a G-Wagon. Mansory has offered many different versions of the G-Wagon, including one for the 6x6 model. Since the G-Wagon is so popular, you can spot several Mansory variants on the road.
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