Using a Mercedes-Benz SLS AMG GT Final Edition (what else?) as a base car, J&S World Wide Holdings wants to upgrade it to the Vision Gran Turismo using a carbon fiber body which they say will reduce the car's weight by over 200 pounds (91 kilograms).
The rather tight interior of the 1:1 scale model of the concept car will be “slightly modified to the customer's color request”, while the exterior will benefit from a chrome paint job to blind people from a mile away and a set of custom forged ADV.1 wheels.
The 6.2-liter M159 engine from the SLS AMG will receive a custom exhaust system which should be plugged to the eight-tips of the concept car.
A total of five units are to be built, with two destined for Europe, two for the Middle East and one for the US.
J&S World Wide spokesman Jeff Halverson says that one of the cars has already been ordered so you might want to act fast for one of the remaining four.
Although the James Edition announcement sounds a bit shady, we did a bit of digging and apparently Jeff Halverson is also connected to the folks who made some road-going versions of the Tron lightcycle about a year or so ago.
Story via WorlCarFans/James Edition