2009 SEMA: Gullwing America SLS Panamericana

By Auto News Log • November 9th, 2009

Mercedes-Benz (via AMG) is about to launch a new gullwing, the SLS AMG. While there is not doubt that it’s going to be a great car (it’ll have 553 horsepower under the hood), some still think it doesn’t live up to the iconic Mercedes-Benz 300SL style wise.

Enter Gullwing America (you might remember their updated 300SL) and their new SLS Panamericana. Created to be a more proper “300SL from the 21st century,” the Panamericana consists of seven body pieces including the all-important “eyebrows” on top of the fenders. Everything is made from either lightweight aluminum or carbon fiber.

Plus, you get those snazzy racing stripes. As well as a swath of Alcantara on the seats set off by contrast stitching. You also get a set of GWA wheels, 19-inchers up front, 20-inches in the rear.


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