World Motorsports recently completed their most extreme build yet, turning the already impressive Mercedes-Benz SLS AMG into a twin-turbocharged monster riding on HRE S107 wheels.
Photos have only just been unveiled of the car, meaning no official engine specifications have been released just yet. Nevertheless, fitting two turbochargers to the SLS AMG’s 6.3 liter V8 engine will produce well in excess of 300hp more than the stock 580hp, but only time will tell just how potent this machine can be.
World Motorsports also performed an array of exterior modifications to the car, with the inclusion of a new carbon fiber front splitter, and carbon fiber rear diffuser. However, these additional components are clearly overshadowed by the massive rear wing, which is reminiscent of the wings fitted to the SLS AMG GT3 racing cars. The only difference of course being that this is a road-legal car.
To complete the look, this twin-turbo SLS AMG is riding on HRE provided S107 forged alloy wheels finished in gloss black to complement the exterior paint of the car, while also featuring a brushed silver outer rim.