Price on requestCar-ID: OT0305
A flashing red sleek speedster by AMG with wing doors (“Gullwing”)
– Export version for the gulf countries (Emirate of Dubai)
– Sapphire red metallic paint with black leather (Exklusiv graphite) interior
– Powerful 6.2 litre 8-cylindre engine with 571 hp
– 7-speed dual clutch gearbox with 4 driving modes + Race Start function
– Integrated rear wing which extends from 120 km/h in order to reduce the lift from the rear axle
– AMG sports seats with 3-point safety belts + sports suspension
– Air conditioning using the residual heat from the engine, active carbon air + dust filter
– Bi-Xenon headlights with cleaning system
– Rear-view camera
Exclusive special features by AMG:
– Performance steering wheel in nappa / alcantara leather
– Carbon package interior
– Radio-navigation: CD-changer, multimedia-system, plug-in for DVD-Video, memory card
– Bang&Olufson BeoSystem with 6 loudspeakers, subwoofers + surround sound
– 2017 over 23,000 € invested, invoices available, new transmission
– German registration documents
The production of the iconic Mercedes-Benz 300 SL “Gullwing” had ceased in 1963. Being such a legendary vehicle, Mercedes decided to honour it by designing a new supercar some 47 years later.
No doubt which successor the C 197-series Mercedes SLS was.
Like the 300 SL it had gullwing doors and its performance left many other vehicles far behind .
Equipped as standard with the most powerful naturally aspirated engine worldwide: a 6.2 litre V8 with originally 420 kW (571 hp) and later up to 464 kW (631 hp). The SLS was also the first Mercedes to be designed entirely by AMG in Affalterbach, who also manufactured the engine, while the chassis and aluminium body were produced by Magna Steyr in Graz, Austria. The final assembly took place with Mercedes’ headquarters in Sindelfingen. The car was a great success, specially amongst celebrities like Arnold Schwarzenegger, Sylvester Stallone, Boris Becker and Cristiano Ronaldo. It also won numerous international awards. Being a true heir to its predecessor, the SLS AMG turned to a memorable classic by the time production was ended in 2014.