Monaco 2012 Hamann Hawk SLS AMG

German tuner Hamann presented several of their cars at Top Marques 2012. One of these is the Hamman Hawk, the tuner’s interpretation of the Mercedes SLS AMG.

Hamann tweaked the 6.2-liter V8 engine so the output is now 636 horsepower and 680Nm. In race start mode, the two-seater accelerates from 0 to 100km/h in only 3.6 seconds and with a top speed of 320km/h.

The German tuner also modified the bumper and enlarged the air inlets. Also modified are the wheel arches and side skirts. Just like the bonnet, the rear wing is made entirely out of carbon. A new diffuser improves the airflow of the car and provides room for four exhaust pipes.

The interior is a mix made out of exclusive materials like leather, suede, aluminum and carbon. This combined with the impressive bodykit, tuning and an ‘Everose Gold’ wrap makes this reinterpretation of the famous Gullwing a very impressive car.

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