Take a pair of 563-hp Mercedes SLS AMG sports cars, combine with two racing drivers, add a bunch of 3D cameras and you've got a 3D film shot at 162 mph. Here's the 2D trailer.
Chrome cars are normally gaudy affairs, but somehow this chrome-wrapped Mercedes-Benz SLS AMG GT3 racer looks like liquid speed. The distillation of perfection wrought in aluminum und shteel. It almost needs a new name. "Sex on Wheels" seems appropriate.
This is the factory-built electric Mercedes-Benz SLS AMG E-Cell. It's a prototype sporting four electric motors with a combined output of 525 hp and 649 lb-ft of grunt. Also, it's yellow and has funky doors, but who cares? Torrrrrrrrrrrrque!
The first known Mercedes Benz SLS AMG crash has occurred in Russia where the bad-ass Benz tangled with a VAZ 2112. Both cars lost, but the SLS's gullwing doors still work.
Let's cut to the chase: This is a 563-hp Mercedes-Benz SLS AMG, those are its amazing doors, and I took this picture in Mexico while hanging out of the car at 50 mph. Safety is for pansies. Viva velocidad!Oh, the doors. They are quite possibly the coolest thing on the car, the one feature that makes…
What happens when you take a Mercedes SLS AMG, strip out the superfluous baloney, amp-up the engine and install race seats, gauges and gear? You get this — the factory-built Mercedes SLS AMG GT3 racer. Awesome.
Tuning shops will sometimes digitally render cars they don't have access to in order to drum up interest. Exhibit A: MEC developed these Mercedes SLS AMG renders beaten with every ugly stick in the book. Do not want.
Yesterday, we reviewed the 2011 Mercedes SLS AMG. Now, here's a comprehensive mega gallery of gullwing pr0n and an an impossibly anal level of technical detail. Don your labcoats meine herren!