Considering how popular Mercedes-Benz models have been to tune and modify throughout the past decade, it’s quite surprisingly how few firms were brave enough to tweak the range-topping Mercedes-Benz SLR McLaren. One of the companies that did so was Hamann with its rather-insane Volcano package.
It doesn’t take a genius to notice the visual differences between the Hamann Volcano and a standard SLR. For starters, the front end includes a new carbon fibre front splitter as well as a custom bonnet with a large area finished in glossy carbon fibre. Other visual modifications include the flared wheel arches, bespoke side skirts, roof scoop, matte black and yellow wheels and at the rear, a towering carbon wing and a menacing diffuser.
Inside, there are new lightweight racing seats trimmed in black alcantara and complete with yellow contrast stitching. Certainly the most eye-catching elements of the cabin are the yellow carbon fibre components such as the gauge cluster surround, elements of the steering wheel, transmission tunnel and centre console. By: GtSpirit