Kicherer creates Mercedes-Benz SL 63 RS

Kicherer creates Mercedes-Benz SL 63 RS

Kicherer Mercedes-Benz SL 63 RS
The latest facelifted Mercedes-Benz SL isn’t the prettiest of cars, and at least one tuning firm has taken it upon itself to fix just one of the many turds that seem to be pouring out of Mercedes-Benz design studios nowadays. Kicherer is now offering an upgrade kit for the SL 63 AMG, renaming it the SL 63 RS after the transformation.

Changes to the standard 6.2-litre large V8 engine help increase output to 560 hp and 670 Nm of torque, up from 525 hp and 630 Nm. Kicherer also disables the 250 kph speed limiter.

The adaptive suspension has been modified, while the brakes have been upgraded.

The Kicherer SL 63 RS also gets an extensive body kit made of laminated carbon-fibre, adding a new front spoiler, LED daylight driving lights, a new front grill, special mirror covers, a reshaped rear diffuser and those all-important headlight “eyebrows” that change the face of the car.

Other items include a carbon-fibre boot lid with integrated spoiler, 20-inch alloy wheels, 255/30 front tyres, 305/25 rear tyres, carbon-fibre cabin trim and a new sports steering wheel.

What do you think?



  1. costs a fortune;buy 2009 cadillac cts-v cause my cousin has it,great car….

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