Geneva 2011 Mansory  SLS AMG Cormeum

Mansory have unveiled the Cormeum, announced yesterday ahead of the 2011 Geneva Auto Salon. The carbon fibere SLS looked pretty breath-taking in the Palexpo today and is definitely one of the Geneva show stoppers.

The core part of the engine modification is the addition of high-performance compressors. A sports air filter and a sports exhaust system tooled from stainless steel have been fitted and optimised by an ECU tweak. Power is now 660hp and maximum torque is available from 4,850 rpm. A second tuning stage is already being tested to take the car to 800hp.

Mansory have completely re-bodied the car using the SLS as a starting point. The car features new front and rear bumpers, side skirts, bonnet, rear diffuser and spoiler. The bodywork has extended the car past normal length and new suspension kits have lowered the Cormeum to give it a more aggressive look.

Only 15 of Cormeum’s will exist, each tailored to the individual owners taste.

Check out the pictures in the gallery below. For more details on the car follow this link.

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