The civilian-spec Mercedes SLS AMG is really more of a touring car than a track-tearing demon. Until you uncork the exhaust and put a diving board spoiler on the back and turn it into a GT3 machine. You’re going to want to turn those headphones up.
Forget the 2014 Mercedes SLS AMG GT Final Edition! What you want is two turbos on top of that glorious 6.2 V8 and some premium fuel, resulting in 850 horsepower and the ultimate BBQ experience!
Gullwing fanatics, it's time to freak out. Next week, Mercedes is set to announce that the SLS will be going away. Say it ain't so Rivers Cuomo.
In spite of its old-school design, the gullwing Mercedes SLS AMG attracts some of the most "cutting edge" owners, such as this fashionable lady in Shanghai sporting some frowny face diaper pants.
If you're going to buy a $200,000 sports car like the Mercedes-Benz SLS AMG, what's the point in settling for a base model? Perhaps this is the thinking behind the company only selling the new, more powerful SLS AMG GT in the United States during the 2013 model year.
At the Mercedes-Benz press event "SLS AMG Track Xperience" at the Zhuhai International Circuit in southeast China, one journalist in an SLS braked too early and got thoroughly rear-ended by a C63 AMG.
On a conscious level, the Mercedes–Benz SLS AMG is a cynical marketing ploy designed to milk the memory of Mercedes’s 1950s motorsport achievements. But listen to one at full throttle in a tunnel and all is forgiven. The SLS AMG makes the most viscerally wonderful supercar noise since Ferrari invented Ferraris.
The Woodward Dream Cruise on Metro Detroit's historic Woodward Avenue is one of the top ten greatest car events in the world. Each year, Jalopnik picks a special car as its staff cruiser.
Media-baiting setup or not, watching Nico Rosberg hot-lap the Nürburgring in the rain (after having had only one ride-along lap — from Michael Schumacher) with a terrified David Coulthard in the right seat is worth the branding cynicism.
We're about 28 hours away from being able to wear white without getting dirty looks, and Mercedes-Benz has dropped official production data on its new SLS AMG Roadster. Does that mean we can break out the seersucker suit two days early?
It's the official Formula 1 safety car, but what would a Mercedes-Benz SLS AMG for EMTs look like? You're looking at it. Unfortunately for those EMTs, it's just a show car built to drum-up interest in Benz's real public-safety vehicles.
Mercedes-Benz has dropped a set of development shots of the new drop-top roadster version of the uber-awesome SLS AMG. These shots should surprise nobody as we've been seeing the SLS AMG roadster testing on the streets — and even in commercials since well before our first drive of the coupe version last year.
Kourosh Mansory is insane — for weight savings! There's no other explanation for his carbon-fiber makeover of the Mercedes-Benz SLS AMG, called the Mansory Cormeum. It's 200lbs lighter than a regular SLS, and looks like something Boeing threw up.
If George Clinton needs a personal electric mothership to land during "Cosmic Slop," he can call Mercedes-Benz. This psychedelically-colored matte-finished SLS AMG E-Cell enters series production in 2013. A new theme song, "Make My Cell the E-Cell," practically writes itself.
The Mercedes SLS AMG plays cat-and-mouse with another gullwinged sports car across the 'Ring in this tilt-shift photo. [via Numero—13]
Bernd Mayländer's office is a Mercedes–Benz SLS AMG. He’s led more laps in the 2010 Formula One season than all but the top five drivers. And he’s been at it for ten years.