Carbon Fiber Mercedes-Benz SLR Renovatio by Mansory

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Rides

The luxury car modification firm known as Mansory have built quite a reputation for themselves over the years. The brand continues to deliver beautifully crafted luxury vehicles, this time in a new version of their Mercedes-Benz SLR Renovatio.

If this sounds a bit familiar, that’s because it should. Mansory previously introduced their SLR renovation in a gold and white version. This time around though, the designers decided to dress Mercedes-Benz’s flagship vehicle in a two tone carbon fiber from head to toe. Anytime Mansory gets their hands on a car, you can expect it to be more than just a pretty face. The Renovatio is no exception pumping out 700 horsepower along with 880 Nm of torque.

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