There is an old car turning heads in Geneva these days. And it does it with the style that most of the new ones lack. It is the Mercedes-Benz 300 SL Gullwing modified by Brabus.
The Mercedes-Benz 300 SL Gullwing exhibited at the Geneva Motor Show, codenamed W 198, is painted in silver grey and features chrome details such as the front bumper, the star logo and its supporting slat across the radiator grille and side bands.
When the spectacular gullwing doors pop up, they reveal a blue-cherry checkered fabric in combination with blue leather, while the carpet is blue as well.
No word on any engine modification operated on the “super licht” (“super light”), so the classy classic should still be powered by its standardly-fit 3.0-liter engine, developing 215 horsepower and 270 Newton meters of torque, coupled to a 4-speed manual transmission.
The popular collectors’ automobile is for sale in Switzerland and can be taken home by the one who pays 1,890,000 Euros.