German tuning company Keyvany has unveiled its version of the Mercedes-AMG SL63, with a range of visual upgrades and a significant power boost. The specific name of the build is unclear, as the company refers to it as both "K820HP" and "SL820HP," but the 4.0-liter twin-turbo V8 engine has been enhanced to produce 820 horsepower and 723 lb-ft of torque, a significant increase from the stock 577 horsepower and 590 lb-ft of torque.
The tuning company did not provide details on how it achieved this boost in power. Sadly, it is also unclear how fast this modified Mercedes-AMG SL63 is, but with 820 horsepower, it is expected to be incredibly quick.
According to Keyvany, this particular build is the "First Edition" and claims to feature the world's inaugural carbon fiber body kit for the R232 Mercedes SL. However, the tuner did not specify how much weight was saved by using carbon fiber.
Indeed, the modifications include a new carbon fiber front bumper, splitter, hood with a central intake scoop, refinished fender badges, side skirts with aero extensions, and new mirror caps. Orange accents on the redesigned grille and other parts of the car make it look even better.
The back of the car has more orange accents, a lot of carbon fiber, and a diffuser with a brake light that looks like it came from an F1 car. New orange leather quilt covers the whole interior, carrying the color scheme from outside. A lot of carbon fiber and Alcantara round off the design. As for pricing, Keyvany has not yet disclosed it, but since this Mercedes-AMG SL63 is considered the first of its kind, we expect it to be relatively expensive. Pre-orders are now being accepted.