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Mercedes-Benz SLS AMG at 2010 AIMS

Of course, one of the show-stoppers at this year's Australian International Motor Show is the utterly stunning Gullwing Mercedes-Benz SLS AMG. On paper is looks simply beautiful, in the flesh though, you need to remember to keep breathing as it quite literally takes your breath away. Here at the show it has drawn huge attention...

Mercedes-Benz SLS AMG wins auto motor und sport most beautiful design award

German motoring publication, auto motor und sport, has conducted a reader's vote to find out what are the most beautiful new cars around today, and it was the Mercedes-Benz SLS AMG that received the most votes. Out of 21,000 readers taking part in the survey, plenty of them also voted for the new Mercedes-Benz E-Class Cabriolet, which took most beautiful 'Convertible' category...

Mercedes-Benz SLS by BRABUS

If you like the look of the Mercedes-Benz SLS, but want it to go a little quicker than the guy next door who only has the production version, then you’ll most likely want to talk with high-end German tuner, BRABUS. They do Carbon fibre, handling and lightweight better than anybody else on the planet...

Mercedes-Benz SLS AMG local pricing announced

Mercedes-Benz Australia has announced the official pricing of the new Mercedes-Benz SLS AMG - the modern interpretation of the classic Gullwing. The manufacturer’s list price for the all-new Mercedes-Benz SLS AMG stands at $464,000 for Australian customers, excluding dealer delivery and all on road costs...

Mercedes-Benz SLS E-Cell with David Coulthard

Last week we brought you news of the Mercedes-Benz SLS Gullwing AMG E-Cell Prototype and today we came across a video of retired Formula 1  driver David Coulthard taking the full-electric supercar for a drive. The electric-only power is supplied by four motors, located close to each wheel...

Mercedes-Benz SLS Gullwing AMG E-Cell Prototype

Although the name may be quite long-winded, preview shots of the E-Cell Gullwing have been released, and, well, it's certainly wants attention. Electric cars of the late have been mostly boring, dreary creations designed by those who are just as bland. This just rewrites the rulebook though. The electric-only power is supplied by four motors, located close to each wheel...

Mercedes-Benz SLS AMG - Germany's Most Attractive Car?

According to a survey held by German Car Magazine, Auto Bild, the Mercedes Benz SLS AMG is Germany’s most attractive new car. Over 100,000 readers participated in the magazine vote, ranking the SLS AMG in top spot and it’s not hard to see why. With an inspired design from Mercedes most iconic model the SL300 Gullwing, the SLS it was always going to be a stunner...

Mercedes-Benz SLS AMG priced from $464,000

Mercedes-Benz has announced the Australian pricing for its iconic Mercedes-Benz SLS AMG "gullwing" super sports car, which will start from $464,000 when it arrives in August. Even ahead of the actual market launch, more than 40 Australian customers have already placed their orders for the SLS AMG, with Mercedes-Benz Australia predicting demand may soon exceed supply for 2010...

Mercedes-Benz SLS AMG GT3

If you don’t think that this new sports racer from AMG isn’t one of the best looking machines on the planet, then I’ll drive a Tata Nano around the world in 80 days. It wasn’t enough that Mercedes-Benz’s ‘go fast’ division AMG released the SLS AMG in Puebla Mexico last week, they have gone one better by presenting a super quick GT3 variant of this magic sports car...

Mercedes-Benz SLS AMG GT3 race-spec version ready to go

Mercedes-Benz has announced a race-spec version of its new SLS AMG that will be available just in time for the 2011 racing season. Dubbed the SLS AMG GT3, the car is said to share a close relationship to the road-going version of the SLS AMG and will even feature a version of the same 6.3-litre V8 that powers the road-going model...

Mercedes-Benz SLS AMG to be F1 safety car

When a car is chosen as the official Formula 1 safety car, it has to be quick. Heading a field of dedicated race cars which can sprint from 0-100km/h in under three seconds is no mean feat, so it comes as no surprise that Mercedes-Benz's latest sports car, the SLS AMG, has been chosen as this year's official safety car for Formula 1...