Mcchip-dkr wanted to see what happens if they strap a supercharger to the SLS’ 6.2 liter naturally-aspirated engine. Turns out, nasty things happen. That jewel of an engine is now capable of making 680 HP and a maximum torque of 770 Newton meters. God knows how it sounds, now that the whine of a compressor is added the noises the SLS makes.
That is a remarkable increase over the standard car’s 570 horsepower. But if you are not satisfied, Mcchip can go a bit further and boost it up to 806 HP and 793 Nm of torque. The tuner rounds things up a bit and calls this car the MC700.
To arrive at the power, the compressor kit is complemented by a software upgrade, and a high-end exhaust system from Capristo with valves and stuff in it. The 706 HP version gets a sports catalyzer and an even fancier software.
The Mc700 compressor kit costs 69,900 euro (78,999 Euro for the more powerful version), and for that you don’t get any visual upgrades. It’s just about the engine.