No sooner than we wave goodbye to the SLS AMG (in the form of the epic GT Final Edition), Mercedes have chosen to whet…
The SLS AMG Final edition marks the end of a four-year run for Merc’s super sports car, which has been sold in GT, Roadster,…
I can’t decide what to be more impressed by, the predictable trajectory of golfer Jake Shepherd’s swing, or former Formula 1 driver David Coulthard’s ability to spot the ball while driving at 120 mph in the Mercedes-Benz SLS AMG Roadster.
After numerous announcements, delays and financial problems, the former manufacturer of the mighty Pantera sports car is on the brink of bankruptcy (again), after running up debts of more than 20 million Euros.
Mercedes are offering some key additions to the SLS AMG’s suspension, to coincide with the introduction of the new Roadster at the Frankfurt Motor Show next week. The new optional ‘AMG RIDE CONTROL sport suspension with adaptive damping’ will be available as a 2320.50 Euro option (approx £2,000) on both Roadster and gull-wing Coupé.
Three Mercedes-Benz SLS AMG GT3s will be at the starting line for the 24-hour race in Dubai (UAE) on 15 January 2011. This first test event in 2011 also marks the completion of the development programme for the racing version of the gullwing model.
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Mercedes show us what the SLS AMG is capable of, what do you think?