German tuning company Mansory has released another version of its Mercedes-AMG SL63 build. Unlike the previous car, this one is clad in Nardo Grey paint but specifically has a new widebody kit courtesy of front and rear overfenders. We’re not sure it’s an improvement, though.
It is also being sold on the company’s official site for about $407,000 at current exchange rates, more than double the price of the AMG SL63 new in the US.
As mentioned above, the German company’s take on SL63 is heftier-looking compared to its previous SL63 build. This is thanks to a set of chunky fender flares and a significant offset for its 21-inch front and 22-inch rear wheels.
Just like the previous one, though, this widebody version looks a bit too busy. It gets a bunch of arguably unnecessary carbon fiber bits, and its front-end vents were widened significantly. Its rear also shows a shocking amount of carbon fiber through its huge rear diffuser. Suffice it to say, the graceful outline of the original roadster has been buried deep in carbon fiber doodads.
While it has that “look at me” kind of style, it does have something to show where performance is concerned. According to the tuning company, the P720 version of this build can generate up to 710 horsepower and can do 0-60 mph in just 3.4 seconds. The more powerful 838-horsepower P850, meanwhile, has a 0-60 mph time of 3.2 seconds.
As we always say about these modified cars, beauty is in the eye of the beholder. Many people commenting on the company’s Instagram post of the car liked it, and ultimately, Mansory wouldn’t produce cars like this if there were no market for it. Any car nut will also appreciate what was achieved by its builder in terms of performance gains.
As a consolation, Mansory does seem capable of creating more “appropriate” builds like the tasteful-looking Aston Martin DBX shown off by Wheels Boutique. If you ask us, though, this widebody SL63 is what you’d call “too much.”