One solution to make the vehicle a bit wilder could be to ask an aftermarket developer to turn it into a custom creation. The latest proposal of this kind comes from Fab Design and in the form of the SOLS Gullstream.
We’ve talked about this project in the past, but now we have more juicy details that should quench your thirst. We’ll start our journey under that long bonnet by telling you that the tweaked 6.3-liter V8 powerplant actually delivers 615 hp and a peak torque of 690 Nm (511 lb-ft).
This allows the supercar to play the 0 to 62 mph game in 3.6 seconds and complete the 0 to 124 mph (200 km/h) sprint in 11 seconds flat. If the driver insists, the speedometer will eventually show 202 mph (325 km/h).
The vehicle is connected to the road via a Koni coilover suspension, which is borrowed from the SLS GT3 race car, as well as through a set of custom lightweight three-piece alloy rims (10x20” for the front axle and 12x22” for the rear one). The list of tech mods also includes a stainless steel exhaust system that uses a valve controlled system to offer a sound adjustment feature.
Fab Design dressed the SLS in a widebody kit that builds on the vehicle’s stock styling cues, offering an extra topping of aggression.