Till this point we've been calling the new Mercedes SLS Gullwing, but photos below, taken by our own Wes Siler, seem to indicate there'll be a non-gullwing convertible as well.
We're not yet able to show you official images of the Mercedes AMG SLS Gullwing, but we now can show you some details thanks to this 22-page leaked dealer ordering guide. Anyone up for a $10,000 paint option?
According to Autocar, development of the Mercedes SLS Gullwing eDrive is well underway. The magazine claims to have seen internal documents describing four electric motors making a combined 532 HP and 649 Lb-Ft of torque.