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.