A couple a days ago we presented you a tuning kit for the 2013 Mercedes-Benz SL500 made by the Germans from Lorinser. This time, Brabus revealed an astonishing package for the Stuttgart-based model.
On the outside, the German model revives special updates. We are talking about new front and rear fenders, restyled side air vents and modified side skirts. Brabus also comes with a set of wheels offered in three different sizes (18, 19 and 20 inches) and in three special Monoblock design (F, Q and R).
The mechanics from Brabus have been worked with the specialists from Bilstein to create a new suspension. 
Under the hood, the German tuner installed a 520 PowerXtra CGI module, an auxiliary water-to-air intercooler and after that they replaced the exhaust system with a powerful one.
After all these modifications, Mercedes-Benz SL500 delivers 520 HP and 604 pound-feet. Brabus also uninstalled the speed limiter and replaced it with a variable one that allows the driver to choose from a top speed of 155, 172 or 182 mph.

Source: Brabus