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A New Mercedes-Benz SL Facelift in the Works

The Mercedes-Benz SL has been around for more than half a century, and has evolved into a couple of generations as the years went by. The SL is considered to be the longest surviving range among the different existing classes of the three-pointed star marque, predating the SLC and even the iconic G-Class. Recently, it was revealed by a set of spy photographs published in Autoevolution that the R231 SL platform is undergoing a facelift. As seen in the images, it is sporting the headlights of the S-Class coupe. However, the source noted that the current addition is just a test mule. The company is still in the early stages of developing a complete styling upgrade for the Mercedes-Benz… Continue Reading »

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Spies Spot a New Mercedes Sports Car Prototype

News sources say that a new sub-SLS AMG Mercedes sports car prototype has been spotted recently. Being only a prototype, there are no definite predictions regarding when will the car finally make its debut or if its end product will even see the light of day. According to Autoblog, the new SLS AMG prototype appeared to be smaller than the current SLS AMG model of the famous German automaker. However, it does retain some of the car’s signature looks from the hood all the way to the back and even to the chassis. It did ditch the gullwing doors though and it seems like it barely has enough room for… Continue Reading »

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Mercedes Confirmed the Production of SLC

For some time, Mercedes-Benz has not produced a sportscar that can rival the Aston Martin V8 Vantage and Porsche 911 in terms of price. For those car enthusiasts who does not mind paying around €90,000 for a powerful and elegant car, Mercedes’ Head of Design, Gorden Wagener made a special announcement, the SLC will be put in production. He also announced that the CSC will be produced, and the name will be changed to the CLA. Meanwhile, he gave some hint that there might be an ML coupe launching pretty soon. According to some reports, gullwing doors fans will be sad as the car won’t have it. The SLC will… Continue Reading »

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2011 Mercedes-Benz SLS AMG Gullwing photo leaked

Mercedes-Benz has been teasing us for months now, not only did they publishing official photos of the SLS in camo, but also showed us pictures of the interior. Well the curtain is now off, thanks to a leaked image that a German magazine will publish, which in turn has also been leaked. Numerous sites are reporting that the first leaked image of the 2011 Mercedes-Benz SLS is real. Even our very own “Insider” has confirmed that this is real and that he/she has seen it. In case you you forgot: 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… Continue Reading »

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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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