Geneva 2011: Hamann Hawk [Live Photos]
Dubbed the Hamann Hawk, the project screams “tuning!”, as it covers the car in a two-tone finish that mixes the Everose Gold color with carbon fiber. The SLS wears a widebody kit that really transforms the vehicle and also includes carbon fiber elements. The icing on the aerodynamic cake is a massive rear wing.
The tuning company has installed an adjustable suspension that can lower the vehicle by 30 mm. This enhances both the handling and the looks of the car. The vehicle rides on 21-inch double-spoke rims that are wrapped in high-performance tires.
Let’s take a drive on the road that leads us under the supercar’s long bonnet. The 6.2-liter V8 has been gifted with new manifolds, a custom exhaust that is made of titanium, a sports air filter, as well as an ECU remap, with the unit now placing 636 hp and 680 Nm of torque at the mercy of the driver’s right foot.
The Hamann Hawk is able to leave the 62 mph mark behind in 3.6 seconds and offers a top speed of 320 km/h (200 mph), enough to please on the road and track.
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