2010 Mercedes SLS Panamericana by Gullwing America review and pictures

Posted on Monday, 2 November 2009 , 20:11:06 byVeronica

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Mercedes SLS Panamericana by Gullwing America

Gullwing-America started working on their design of a body package to make the car look retro like of the amazing Gullwing 300 SL after the release of the German Mercedes-Benz SLS in Frankfurt. The very detailed Panamericana conversion kit includes seven body parts, two side vents, a set of chrome details which includes a grille frame, new oval dual Xenon headlights, their set of GWA wheels which come staggered in 19 and 20 and a sport tuner muffler system and other pieces. There were not made a lot of modifications on the inside, but they have the option for the legendary racing stripes on the front fenders, in any combination the client wishes.

2010 SLS "Panamericana" Body Package

After the release of the Mercedes Benz SLS in Frankfurt, the team of Gullwing-America started working on their design of a body package to make the car look retro like of the amazing Gullwing 300SL.

Arturo Alonso, GWA chief engineer went back to the board and came out with this amazing idea, to make this outstanding car which is the flagship of Mercedes technology into a 300SL from the 21 century, taking things, like the clean grille, the ribs on the hood and fenders and other details that make the original Gullwing an unforgettable car

Named like their 300SL, the very detailed "Panamericana" conversion kit will consist of seven body parts, made from Hybrid Aluminum and carbon fiber, two side vents, a set of chrome details which includes a grille frame, new oval dual Xenon headlights, their set of GWA wheels which come staggered in 19 and 20 and a sport tuned muffler system, and other pieces

The interior is left almost original, only for the options of an Alcantara center piece insert for the seats with special contrast stitching to resemble a plaid design of the past, and a set of illuminated brushed Aluminum door sills that light up with the engraving Panamericana logo, as you open the doors.

They also have the option for the legendary racing stripes on the front fenders, in any combination that you desire

The very detailed life like renders show Alonso`s favorite combination, white with red stripes and red interior, a classic he says. The parts will be distributed only by GWA and they will be made in Germany, prices and availabilitywill be released later at their web site www.gullwing-america.com