Low Mile 2012 SLS Gullwing with fresh ceramic coating with 2 year warranty. The Mercedes-Benz SLS AMG family doubles in size for 2012 with the addition of the convertible roadster. The SLS gullwing coupe debuted last year as a replacement to the SLR, the supercar Mercedes-Benz co-developed with McLaren. The two SLS variants are mechanically and visually identical until you reach the beltline where the coupe features a pair of iconic gullwing doors, while the roadster sports a soft convertible top. The new roadster gains just 88 pounds despite the reinforcements added to compensate for the loss of a fixed roof. Under the hood is AMG's hand-built 6.2-liter, naturally aspirated V-8 engine that puts out 563 hp and 479 lb-ft of torque, it's mated to a advanced twin-clutch, seven-speed automatic transmission with four driving modes that maximize comfort or quick shifts for spirited driving. For 2012, AMG is now offering a new adaptive suspension system that features three damping modes at the push of a button. Further boosting the supercar's performance credentials is the SLS AMG GT3, a track-focused racecar with a stripped-down interior that favors lightness over luxury. Body styles: Coupe, convertible Engines: 6.2L V-8 Transmission: 7-speed automatic Models: SLS AMG coupe, SLS AMG roadster The biggest news for the SLS AMG is the addition of the roadster, which features a soft-top convertible that folds up and down at the push of a button. Mercedes-Benz states that the convertible
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