The Mercedes-Benz SLS AMG GT is a beautifully designed two-passenger luxury sports convertible that comes in both hard-top and soft-top options, with the signature AMG Black Series available only as a coupe. The base model comes with 19” alloy wheels in the front and 20” in the rear, adaptive suspension dampers with a limited-slip differential, bi-xenon headlamps, auto-dim mirrors with powered folding technology, LED running lights, a backup camera with parking sensors, two-zone climate control, signature Mercedes COMAND electronics interface with Bluetooth connectivity, GPS navigation, smartphone interface, HD, internet and satellite radio, and a six-speaker premium sound system with six-disc CD changer. An optional three-layer folding top that is one-button can be added, as can a wind deflector that can be removed as desired with the exclusive AirScarf neck-level heating system. The engine delivers raw, unadulterated power and features a supped-up 6.2-liter V8 engine that creates an uncanny 583 horsepower at 479 pound-feet of torque, and that gets 15 combined mpg. The standard 48-month, 50,000 mile warranty offered by Mercedes is comforting, and can be upgraded to a longer term for more scrupulous buyers.Read more Read less
2015 will be the last year that the SLS AMG is sold in the U.S. As a tribute, Mercedes is producing 350 SLS AMG GT Final Edition cars. The Final Edition cars get unique wheels along with a carbon fiber front splitter, spoiler and hood. Special high performance tires are a no-cost option.
Iconic styling with vintage 300SL looks; gull-wing doors, supercar status from performance-designed chassis; powerful V8 engine; roadster option
Designed and built by AMG, Mercedes-Benz's performance division, the SLS AMG GT was inspired by the iconic 300SL Gullwing of the 1950s and built with both performance and usability in mind. In a supercar market full of occasional-use vehicles that see duty only occasionally, like the Lamborghini Gallardo or Ferrari 458, the SLS stands out as a practical performer that'll keep pace, has a great look, and still can be driven regularly. Starting at around $200,000, it's a relative bargain among its peers.
SLS AMG GT Final Edition