2015 Mercedes-Benz SLS AMG – Although this grand tourer came in 2011, it is currently clear that this vehicle will became a legend. This two-seater is definitely a accurate spiritual successor of legendary 300 SL, which was produced throughout 50’s and 60’s. Following five years, the production of this sports vehicle will probably be ended and German car maker currently prepares a launch of its successor which will be called Mercedes-Benz AMG GT and which will be some type of SLS AMG’s small brother, mainly because of much smaller sized 4.0 liter engine. The final model year will be 2015 Mercedes-Benz SLS AMG and it will likely be called SLS AMG GT final edition.
The 2015 Mercedes-Benz SLS AMG comes in two available body styles – coupe and roadster. A few of the most notable particulars outdoors this model are exposed carbon fiber hood with central air outlet, carbon fiber front and rear spoilers and two types of rims – matte black with the spokes and completely painted matte black. Interior of 2015 SLS AMG is fantastic, just like it is case with exterior. A few of attributes which are various than in the previous year models are exclusive leather upholstery in a diamond-stitch pattern, silver seat belts, “AMG FINAL EDITION – 1 of 350? badge on the carbon fiber center console and many other.
2015 Mercedes-Benz SLS AMG Engine and Performances
Issues under the hood are pretty much unchanged, compared to prior models. The 2015 Mercedes-Benz SLS AMG is powered with 6.2 liter which outputs 622 horses and 468 lb-ft of max torque. This engine is coupled with AMG’s 7-speed SPEEDSHIFT DCT transmission and the energy is delivered to rear wheels. The 2015 SLS AMG performances are just about the same as on previous year model. It sprints from 0-60 in 3.2 seconds, whilst top speed is about 204 mph.
Nicely, since this 2015 Mercedes-Benz SLS AMG is called “Final Edition”, it is simple to conclude that this will be final year of this great two-seater. Following a number of years of production, production of 2015 SLS AMG ends and it will likely be replaced by smaller sized model known as Mercedes-Benz AMG, which will use a lot smaller 4.0 liter engine instead of legendary naturally-aspirated 6.2 liter V8.