The SLS AMG GT Final Edition Is How Mercedes Ends The Gullwing

Only four years after its debut, the SLS AMG is coming to an end. With it, you can also say goodbye to the M159 6.2-liter naturally aspirated V8 and the thunderstorm on sound waves it generates. It's a sad day for mankind.

The Final Edition SLS is limited to 350 units including both the coupe and the roadster. It comes with 591 horsepower just like a standard GT, while the black carbon fiber hood and rear spoiler tells you it's the last of the breed.

Why is the SLS coming to such a rapid end? Is it forced exclusivity? Emissions? Lack of profit or production capacity issues at AMG? You tell me. What's certain is that I can't wait to see the next chapter. Oh, the other car an S 65 AMG, which will also debut at the Los Angeles Auto Show.

The SLS AMG GT Final Edition Is How Mercedes Ends The Gullwing

The SLS AMG GT Final Edition Is How Mercedes Ends The Gullwing

The SLS AMG GT Final Edition Is How Mercedes Ends The Gullwing

The SLS AMG GT Final Edition Is How Mercedes Ends The Gullwing