Back in 2012, Mercedes-Benz decided to celebrate the 45th Anniversary of AMG with a limited run of five SLS AMG GT3 models. Those five cars, as you would expect, were quickly snapped up and rushed off to their respective garages to sit alongside other high-end supercars.
But one of those five were given a makeover by Sievers Tuning. The ultra high-strength carbon fiber cell, CFRP doors, hood mudguards, trunk, rear fenders, bumpers, and front splitter and rear diffuser were not touched, but the designo magno graphite matte body was.
The entire Mercedes-Benz SLS AMG GT3 45th Anniversary Edition was covered in a vibrant orange color with contrasting black aerodynamics and cooling components. Various graphics such as the AMG logo on the windshield; arrows on the hood, fenders, and trunk; and side skirt graphics are highlighted in black. On the roof of the Gullwing sits a German Bundesadler “Federal Eagle” in black to show off its heritage. The rear fascia even features a Batman logo in the center of the bumper while the large rear wing sports an “Orange Babies.” .essage in orange.
The one-of-a-kind supercar was photographed by Kai Dalibor and Dustin Schwing at the ISS Debeos Studios. If the standard 45th Anniversary Edition SLS AMG models don’t turn heads, then this one surely will.
SLS AMG GT3 45th Anniversary Edition by Sievers Tuning Gallery
Source: Mercedes-Benz Facebook
Photography Credit: Kai Dalibor and Dustin Schwing