Super Cars


2013 Mercedes-Benz SLS AMG GT

Relative supercar newbie Mercedes seems to have adopted a similar philosophy, which likely explains why the 2013 Mercedes-Benz SLS AMG GT has emerged just two years after the standard car exploded onto the scene. Essentially a faster and more driver-focused version, it will be sold alongside the standard SLS (and from next year, the 650 horsepower SLS Black Series) in Europe and other markets around the world.

 Here in the U.S. it will replace the standard car altogether, which makes sense, as the overwhelming majority would go for the GT anyway.
  If you're currently scanning the pictures looking for a wild new rear wing or jutting chin spoiler, you'll be sorely disappointed. Visual changes on the outside amount to headlamps and taillights with darkened glass, red brake calipers, and a GT badge next to the AMG logo on the trunklid. Hardly remarkable, but in keeping with the subtle evolution vibe. Release the gullwing doors on the Coupe, or swing open the conventional doors on the Roadster version, and it's more of the same inside. Added extras include red seatbelts, red stitching on the wheel and dash, and the option of quilted leather on the seats, but then the SLS never really needed any help getting noticed.


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