/FAB Design Mercedes SLS Roadster Jetstream

FAB Design Mercedes SLS Roadster Jetstream

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At the 2012 Geneva Motor Show FAB Design put the spotlight on its package for McLaren MP4-12C. And that kinda obscured the other amazing car they’d brought along. The SLS Jetstream is what the Swiss tuner has put together for the roadster version of the German super car. It joins the Gulfstream which is based on the hardtop SLS.

Those familiar with FAB works can tell the ingredients of this kit even before seeing it. There’s a new front bumper with a spoiler lip and two vertical air intakes, a revised bonnet with an additional intake, massive side vents, big air vents underneath the taillights and the signature FAB rear apron with a diffuser and four large tailpipes which looks rather magnificent.

What is particularly magnificent in this car is the immense width of the thing. Those flared wheel arches in combination with the new sills and side skirts give the SLS the looks of a body builder. It would look pretty awesome in black. This shiny red is a bit chintzy to be honest.

The fearsome looks of the Mercedes SLS Roadster Jetstream is backed by a tuned V8 engine which instead of 570 churns out 615 and 690 nm of torque. The car makes 100km/h from zero in 3.6 seconds and reaches 323km/h top speed.

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