The night before the test drive, the 2022 Mercedes-AMGSL63 parked out front seemed to be daring our eyes to compare it to anything SLThat’s what has been done before. It’s a smoother, softer form. theNeue SLRetain theThe same proportions as the predecessor, with shorter decks and a longer hood. However, it has a smaller overhang. It appears less brickish than the predecessor. the previous square-jawed design, theFront curvier theBack sculpted. The end result is that theNew car seems smaller than theOld one, despite growing in length.
The last-generation SLIt seems that it has been abandoned. in thelineup to be just another expensive convertible. Sales plummeted. Toward theEnd of production in 2020, the SLThe sales of’s were only a tenth as Mercedes’s. in the ’90s. With theNeue SLMercedes wants to bring its convertible sporty back to relevance, if it is not legend status.
While the sales of this car may only be a fraction of Mercedes’s total, the SLIt is a symbol of theBrand, a way for you to show off theElegance and technology it offers, and a tie to the past. “You don’t want to have.” the SLPhilipp Schiemer CEO at AMG said, “Go away on your Watch.” He admitted that it was both terrifying and exciting to undertake. theResponsibility theNew version. He said, “It’s motivating.” It’s a different way of looking at things. theLast one, also different the GT. It is fast, but it’s also very usable. Comfortable. Beautiful.”
The beauty of the new car is not just skin-deep. The SL’s new underpinnings are pretty enough to put on display and consist of a mix of aluminum, magnesium, carbon fiber, and steel—they also boost torsional rigidity by 18 percent over thePrevious SL. The new structure has a 4.6 inch longer wheelbase which allows for small rear seats. theRetractable hardtop theThe last two generations are gone. A cloth top can be changed for 46 pounds less and is more comfortable. theCenter of gravity
With the fully lined cloth top folded away—it takes 15 seconds and can be done at speeds up to 37 mph—the interior welcomes you in. New cars tend to emphasize their digital features, the SLIt almost hides them. This is to achieve a more analog atmosphere. The cabin is simple by Mercedes standards. It lacks a large screen and quilted pillows. A 11.9-inch touchscreen is slanted between two turbine-style vents. theDigital cluster is obscured by protrusions the leather-wrapped dash. There are few physical controls in the SL. Climate, stereo, navigation and phone are all managed through the center screen. The SLScreen is more likely to become smudgy than others because of the many factors. theNot only are controls one-touch but also require a sliding motion.
The interior is more spacious, but it’s still intimate. theMany sports cars feature a dark confessional. Rear seats are not recommended for adults, but they can be useful for small children, luggage or beagle dogs. It is better to be up front. theOur SL63 performance seats were narrow and padded, but still comfortable enough for an S-class customer.
Those sporty-but-not-too-sporty seats mirror Mercedes’s goals for theNeue SL. Recognize that theNeue SLDeveloped by theBrand’s performance division theModel is now available Mercedes-AMGIt is not a Mercedes-Benz. A clear challenge for the SLTo be different from others theAMG GT two seat roadster is becoming more radical, but theCars shouldn’t be too extravagant or luxurious because they can cause damage to the environment. SLTo do so would be anathema theAMG brand.
Both versions the SLYou can get AMG-grade products below the hood. AMG’s twin turbo 4.0-liter V-8 generates 469 horsepower in theSL55 or 577 horsepower in the SL63. We estimate the60 will be the SL55 price in3.4 seconds theMore powerful version dispatching for this task in 3.1 seconds. The V-8’s sound is quite subtle. It can grumble and not growl. the exhaust. You might get annoyed by your neighbors for how fast you are going SL tears down theStreet, but they won’t be bothered by the sound. It is an all-out aggression car. inIts fierce face and price. AMG’s nine-speed automatic, which replaces the original engine, mates both engines. theMulti-plate clutch plate and torque converter. Both models come with an all-wheel drive, making it easier to pull away. the ski resort in Saint Moritz—just be sure to switch on theHeating headrests
If you are tired of sitting around and slacking, the scenery, theThe SL63 that we drove was faster than your blink. Bring it along the SLIt is simple to get back to legal speed thanks to theOptional carbon-ceramic brakes with a beautiful look behind the21-inch wheels are sturdy enough to transport theYou might need to stop the car so quickly that there was a momentary pause in theMovement of time
Multiple drive modes offer a range of throttle responses and steering effort options. On a curvy road, the SLFeels competent but not organically connected, almost like it’s trying to achieve its goal. It’s hard to not wonder if there is too much going on below. the surface. Rear-wheel steering, torque vectoring and active suspension all work together but not always in concert. We found all three of them doing their thing, with twitchiness and smoothness. in theSame car. It might be too intelligent for its own good.
The new SLRecuperating a lot of is possible. theAbsence of allure in the last SL. The ’22 SLIt is beautiful, fast, and easy to understand. inA lineup that also includes theAMG GT. We expect pricing to be available soon. theAll-AMG lineup starting at $135,000 theSL55, and more than $175,000 for a loaded SL63. The 2022 Mercedes-AMG SLShould be at the dealership inIt’s time for spring convertible weather
2022 Mercedes-AMG SL
Vehicle Type: Front-engine, all wheel-drive, 2+2 passenger, 2-door convertible
Estimated base: SL55 $135,000; SL63 $175,000
Twin-turbocharged, intercooled DOHC32-valveV-8, 469 HP, 516 Lb-ft; twinturbocharged, intercooled DOHC32-valveV-8, 577 HP, 590 Lb-ft
Wheelbase: 106.3 in
Length: 185.2 in
Width: 75.4 in
Height: 53.5 in
Trunk Volume: 8 ft3
Curb Weight (C/D est): 4000 lb
PERFORMANCE C/D EST
60 mph: 3.1–3.4 sec
100 mph: 6.8–7.3 sec
1/4-Mile: 11.1–11.5 sec
Top Speed: 183–196 mph
EPA FUEL ECONOMY C/D EST
Combined/City/Highway: 17–18/15–16/20–21 mpg
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