Japanese tuner VITT Squalo has come up with a fancy new wheel design which they have named Grado. That’s probably a weird combination of Grand and Dope, we suppose. They decided to showcase them on one of their finest cars, VITT Mercedes SL63 wide body.
As one of the nicest wide body kits ever designed for the SL-Class – and also one of the rarest, because so far it’s only been offered in Japan – VITT Mercedes SL63 is high-class enough to pull off those super cool Grado wheels.
The rims boast a five-double-Y-spoke design which combined with the concave style result in quite a spectacular look. They measure 20-inch in diameter up front and 21-inch out back, finished in brushed silver with gloss black detailing.
As for the VITT Mercedes SL63 body kit itself, though it may strike some people as kind of overcooked and ostentatious – while still others may call it plasticy and cheap – there is no denying it is an impressive package that increases the visual appeal of the kit tenfold.
It consists of custom front and rear bumpers, custom front wings, flared wheel arches, side skirts, and rear wing. The red paint job on this particular one does make it a bit shouty. But in something like black or gunmetal, this thing will look the business. By: motorward