/Spotlight: Bumblebee Hamann SLR Volcano

Spotlight: Bumblebee Hamann SLR Volcano

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What you are looking at here is without a question or shadow of doubt one of the most unique cars on planet earth. It’s a Hamann SLR Volcano based on the McLaren Mercedes SLR, which is a pretty unique bit of kit in its own right, and it boast a “one of one” paint scheme.

Hamann called this special visual treatment the Yellow Edition when they came up with it to complement the Red Edition. But because of the yellow and black carbon combination, and also because it came out in 2006/7 when the first Transformers movie was all the rage, we’re going to go ahead and call it the Bumblebee Hamann SLR!

As mentioned, this car is the only Hamann SLR Volcano in this color and specs on the evidence of a special plaque on the center console attesting to the fact. Inside the cabin you will also find yellow carbon fiber and black Alcantara garnished with yellow stitching is diamond patter and embroideries of the tuner’s logo.

Outside the opposite is true, with the yellow being the dominant color and the naked black of the carbon bits complementing it. The same theme is applied to the wheels which feature a matte black face and yellow lips. The one-off Bumblebee SLR is currently on sale a Alain Class Motors.

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