Focusing mainly improving the SLR’s aerodynamics, Hamann has also reworked the interior, boosted power, and added a new suspension and handling pack. The aggressive new sports bodykit is made exclusively of lightweight carbon-fiber, and consists of front and rear wing extensions, as well as new skirt attachments and sheathings.
The Volcano SLR also sports a newly designed bonnet with an integrated air scoop. At the rear, Hamann has added a new diffuser as well as a large wing spoiler. Other features include 21in forged alloy wheels wrapped with 345mm rubber at the rear.
Under the hood sits a 700hp (515kW) version of the SLR’s supercharged 5.4L V8 engine, up 74hp on the stock model. Torque has also been boosted to 830Nm, with this peak arriving at a lazy 3,300rpm. The modifications include a newly programmed ECU, high-flow exhaust manifolds, and a custom belt pulley combination for the standard supercharger.
To accommodate the extra performance, Hamann also adds an uprated water pump and revised gearbox control unit. The end result is a 0-100km/h time of just 3.6 seconds and a top speed of 348km/h – 11km/h more than the extreme SLR 722.
Inside, there is Alcantara trim, aluminum pedals, custom side sills, and carbon fiber highlights.