If only one could be in two places at once. Mercedes AMG will be showcasing its latest high-performance models in two simultaneous motor shows. It’s a spectacle sure to delight car enthusiasts all over the world, as the S 65 AMG takes the stage side by side with the SLS AMG GT FINAL EDITION at the Los Angeles Auto Show and at the Tokyo Motor Show. According to Mercedes-AMG board chair Tobias Moers, the two models stand for “the spectacular next level” of the Mercedes-Benz high-performance division’s model line. The Mercedes-Benz S 65 AMG is sure to set hearts aflutter, thanks to a V12 heart that beats to the tune… Continue Reading »
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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 »
The Mercedes-Benz SLS AMG has been revisited by the engineers from McChip who updated their “MC700” program. We remind you the naturally-aspirated V8 6.2-liter engine of the stock model is good enough for a more than impressive 571 HP (420 kW) and a peak torque of 479 lb-ft (650 Nm). The upgrade program developed by the German tuner includes a remapped ECU, a mechanically-driven compressor and a custom Capristo exhaust system. Thanks to these tweaks, the V8 engine of the SLS AMG is now capable of producing no less than 680 HP (500 kW) and 568 lb-ft (770 Nm), representing a significant increase of 109 HP (80 kW) and 88… Continue Reading »
Modified cars are definitely a hit with customers. It enables them to make a statement regarding their individuality. This is the reason why the customized AMG cars from Mercedes-Benz are creating such a noise in the market since they were unveiled in 2010. But did all of you notice that during the process of customization, the first thing that people change about their car are the wheels? Or is it just my opinion? Since I don’t have the statistics to support my observation, let us just feast our eyes on the new set of wheels that this SLS received from HRE. The wheels are modular 3-piece S107 units with 5… Continue Reading »
During the 2012 LA Auto Show, the most dynamic gull-wing model of all time and new SLS AMG Coupé Black Series has made its official debut. It will start its market launch in June 2013. Influenced by the SLS AMG GT3 customer sport-racing car, this latest model and the fifth in the Black Series shows off its impressive looks, ultimate driving dynamics and lightweight construction that complies with the “AMG Lightweight Performance” strategy. The Chairman of Mercedes-AMG GmbH Olla Källenius said that the new SLS AMG Coupé Black Series promises an unmodified driving performance and has numerous lightweight components, which makes it the ultimate choice for fast laps and highly… Continue Reading »
If you’ve still got any doubt that the Mercedes SLS AMG is a supercar, if not an exotic, then take a look at this video of Mercedes-AMG’s hellion matched up against a Ferrari 458. On paper, the engines of the two cars are pretty much even, both being highly-tuned V8s, and being a couple of horsepower shy of 565 stallions. However, the stats will show that the Ferrari is about 250 pounds lighter than the SLS AMG. That’s the equivalent of one or two passengers. Which makes it a bit of a surprise why the Ferrari doesn’t get a big jump on the SLS on the acceleration runs. Torque and… Continue Reading »
At this year’s Paris Auto Show, Mercedes-Benz is giving us a first look at the production ready SLS AMG Electric Drive. It’s certainly no wimpy electric car though; this fully fledged AMG supercar has 740 horsepower and will launch itself from 0 to 60mph in less than 4 seconds. It’s also got a ridiculous 737lb/f of torque. These statistics will make the SLS the fastest and most powerful production electric car in the world, though not the fastest SLS. Top speed will be, of course, limited to 155mph, but Mercedes-Benz anticipates that this will be reached easily.