The Mercedes-Benz SLR McLaren was one of the most renowned supercars of its time when it was introduced in 2003. The exotic ride stayed in production until 2010 and it was developed when the German automaker owned 40 percent of the McLaren Group.
The SLR, which stands for Sport Light Racing, served as an inspiration for the SLS AMG and it was offered in two body styles, coupe and roadster.
This particular example costs $343,465 (€319,087) and it features Hamann aftermarket body parts. The supercar has a yellow finish for its body, contrasted by carbon fiber bits, new wheels and a large rear wing. The interior has the same colors, along with the Alcantara upholstery and yellow accent stitching.
The SLR has traveled for 3,900 km (2,423 miles) throughout its entire lifetime and it’s currently found in Dubai, with Al Ain Class Motors. Whether it’s worth that kind of money, despite carrying some aftermarket upgrades that are not that inspiring, is questionable, but keep in mind that this has a 5.4-liter supercharged V8 engine under its hood, developing 626 PS (617 HP) and 780 Nm (580 lb-ft) of torque.