Our posts about the insane collection of supercars in Japan has raised a lot of interest recently (Part 1, Part 2 and Part 3). Office-K, the company behind the maintenance, modification and transportation of most of the cars in the pictures have been in touch. They sent us pictures of their latest project, a stunning Mansory Renovatio Roadster.
Office-K are a Tokyo-based company, probably the largest premium tuning shop in the Japanese capital city. The two-car workshop you see in some of the pictures is the Office-K workshop. They offer a wide variety of tuning solutions including wrapping, LED running light conversions, wheels, carbon fibre and aero parts. They offer parts from companies such as Mansory, Wald International, LB Performance, G-Power and Brabus.
This particular Mansory Renovatio Roadster is only the second we have ever seen. That doesn’t mean that more don’t exist but we’re sure you’ll agree, that fact makes it a pretty special car. The modified Mercedes-McLaren SLR gets a full Mansory Renovatio bodykit, finished in naked carbon fibre together with contrasting matte black doors, upper rear fenders and trunk. We’re not sure if this particular SLR gets the 700hp performance upgrade that was applied to the original Renovatio but a new exhaust system has definitely been fitted. A set of Forgiato rims finish off the aftermarket look nicely.
A new look for a classic modern supercar. Let us know your thoughts on the car in the comments box below.
The biggest mistake are the wheels, definately not good enough for a SLR Mc, they look cheap and ugly.
Gosh that exhaust looks odd! I agree the wheels are do not blend well. Always have loved the SLR…in its original form.