I haven’t seen that many of them around but it seems that the facelifted Mercedes SL is getting a bit common and in fighting against this Piecha Design did some restyling to it.
There was a time when this would have been classed as your typical tuning job, Piecha Design’s latest offering stands out for not being wrong.
Truth be told, Piecha Design did one of the finer tuning jobs around, one where you know it’s done but can’t always identify what was changed.
Happily, a press release aids the identification process for us so let’s get down to making a short list of the few mods done.
On the lower side of this Mercedes SL there’s now a three-part front spoiler lip and a rear spoiler lip for added symmetry.
They slam the car even lower than the already ambitious 30 mm drop on the new sports suspension. To make things somewhat worse for comfort and fear of scratching the underside Piecha Design fitted up a new set of wheels.
These are 20 inch alloy wheels with double five spokes and on top of them tires look like they are just smears of paint.
While all of these small tuning jobs stick to being just that, Piecha Design have a bit of an ace up their sleeve as they’ve done a number on this Mercedes SL’s folding roof assembly.
Courtesy of a few electronic updates, the Piecha Design SL’s roof can be put up or lowered at up to 37 mph.