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Mansory is a tuner well-known for its, some would say outlandish, modifications of luxury brands. In a departure from its wild color schemes, Mansory’s take on the Mercedes SLS AMG is nothing short of spectacular. There are no eye-catching color combinations, at least not in the demo car. Instead, it is wrapped in a matte finish with a front end that suggests a carbon fiber body structure. Now called the Mansory Cormeum, the treatment starts with a headlight remake that reminds one of a 599 from Maranello. The Swiss tuner then built up the car with carbon fiber panels that remove 90 kilos from the weight of a standard SLS AMG. In addition, the CF body kit adds fender extensions that widen the car by 66 mm at the front and 84 mm at the rear. 20-inch custom alloy wheels finish up the exterior treatment. Michelin tires in 265/30 for the fronts and 295/30 for the rears shod the matte, dark gray wheels. Interior modifications include a new steering wheel, aluminum pedals and carbon fiber trim. Unique stitching on a special leather finish off the interior.