The tuning studio has published a render of a very cool restomod based on the iconic German sports coupe Mercedes-Benz 300SL. So far, just a render, but such a car will definitely be built.
This render, courtesy of John Sibal, reflects a new project to be built by a company called S-Klub. We talked about the work of the S-Klub in the past, including a replica of the German Porsche 550 Spyder that the same guys made last year.
This new project, which will soon turn from a rendering into a real car, will be a follow-up to the S-Klub 300SL Speedster unveiled earlier this year. However, some key changes have been made to the new car.
Like the other 300SL Speedster, the rendered novelty is much lower than the standard 300SL and will receive a host of new body panels that set it apart from all similar examples of the iconic German sports coupe. For example, there are flared arches at the front and rear and a unique front bumper. The most significant change, however, is the removable hardtop, which blends nicely with the Speedster-style windshield, giving the car an even more visual appeal.
The dark green paint job makes this upcoming project even more eye-catching and contrasts with the gold wheels with chrome rims. The car also has side exhaust pipes and the interior is covered in brown leather.
The last 300SL Speedster from S-Klub that we wrote about was based on the Mercedes-Benz SLK, a new project will also be based on this car. This model was also powered by a supercharged V6 engine from AMG that propelled the rear wheels.
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