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2010 Mercedes SLS AMG interior and parts pictures

In case you lost time, this is actually the third time we are posting pictures of the Mercedes-Benz SLS AMG interior. Nevertheless, every pictures is unique and reveals more and more of the upcoming sports car. In case you have forgotten, the SLS (Gullwing) will be smaller than the outgoing SLR, which in addition to the all-new aluminum space frame contributes to a weight of just 3,571 lbs, a full 300 lbs less than the SLR McLaren. The SLS wheelbase will be 105.5-inch; the front track will be 1.2 inches wider than the rear. The Gullwing will be powered by a 6.2 liter V8 pumping out 563 hp at 6800… Continue Reading »

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Additonal info about the Mercedes-Benz SLS AMG Gullwing

For the first time in the company’s history stretching back over 40 years, the Mercedes-Benz performance brand is presenting a vehicle developed in-house, the Mercedes-Benz SLS AMG. An AMG 6.3-liter V8 front-mid engine will be developing 571 hp/420 kW peak output and dry sump lubrication, seven-speed dual-clutch transmission in a transaxle configuration and sports suspension with aluminium double wishbones. The ideal front/rear weight distribution of 48 to 52% and the vehicle’s low center of gravity. The newly developed, optional ceramic composite brakes with larger brake discs guarantee even better brake performance and lower unsprung masses. The design and development phase for the super sports car got underway in the last… Continue Reading »

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Mercedes-Benz releases official details about the Gullwing

You don’t see this everyday – high resolution promo pictures of a test mule in heavy camo. Mercedes-Benz has decided to shell some light and release official details of their upcoming replacement to the SLR – the SLC Gullwing. Nope scratch that, it will actually be called the Mercedes-Benz SLS AMG. The SLS (Gullwing) will be smaller than the outgoing SLR, which in addition to the all-new aluminum space frame contributes to a weight of just 3,571 lbs, a full 300 lbs less than the SLR McLaren. The SLS wheelbase will be 105.5-inch; the front track will be 1.2 inches wider than the rear. The Gullwing will be powered by… Continue Reading »

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Mercedes-Benz Gullwing Spied in the California Desert

Richard Truesdell, from Automotive Traveler, has snapped some fresh spy shots of the SLR successor and future Mercedes-Benz Gullwing in the California Desert. The new super car, hailed to compete against the R8 and even the Italian super cars, is cloaked with enormous amounts of camo to conceal any details that may giveaway the final design. Like many have pointed out, the design on the test mule looks a lot like a Dodge Viper, but that’s of course not the point of a test vehicle, rather, it’s the internal parts that are important. Multiple sources have speculated that Mercedes-Benz and their AMG performance wing might equip the Gullwing with a… Continue Reading »

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Which Mercedes SLC Gullwing illustration do you like most?

Here we have 5 different artist illustration of the Mercedes-Benz SLC Gullwing. They guys have done a tremendous job. Take a look and vote in the poll to let us know which illustration you like most. 1. Mercedes-Benz SLC – Car Magazine illustration 2. Mercedes-Benz SLC – Motor Authority/Schulte Design illustration 3. Mercedes-Benz SLC – Hubert illustration 4. Mercedes-Benz SLC – Lehmann Photo-Syndication illustration 5. Mercedes-Benz SLC – Hussein illustration {democracy:3}

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Mercedes Gullwing SLC Spy Shots and Car Detail Revealed

Car Magazine has revealed some interesting and super cool details on the Mercedes-Benz Gullwing SLC. As you can see on these spy shots, taken at a test track, the Gullwing SLC will as the name suggests have its wing doors, which is a tribute to the original 1950′s Gullwing. We might be able to see a prototype of the SLC as early as autumn of 2009, but it won’t be officially announced until 2010 at the Geneva auto show. One of the most interesting rumors about the car, is the fact that it won’t have a Mercedes star anywhere on the car, but will instead only wear a AMG badge… Continue Reading »

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