Click above for a high-res gallery of the Kleemann D-SCK concept.

The Danish tuners at Kleemann have already shown us how they've reinterpreted the Mercedes-Benz SLK in the form of the Kleemann GTK. And while the pseudo-exotic's tuned SLK 55 AMG engine (540 hp and 516 lb.-ft.), eight-piston brakes and carbon fiber panels do their best to up the performance quotient, the restyled sheet metal lost the concept a few cool points.

Now, Christian Brandt, the designer behind the GTK, has released images of the D-SCK Concept that takes several of the cues shown on their first bespoke concept and ported them over to create a more sleek, mid-engine ride. There's no word on what will be powering the imaginary supercar, but with Kleemann's ties to M-B, something with eight cylinders and forced induction isn't out of the question. However, there's a fair amount of doubt that the D-SCK will ever see the light of day.


[Source: Kleemann via WCF]


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