The Mercedes-Benz SLS AMG Gullwing has leaked out a portion of the press release for the vehicle, which had been scheduled for publication tomorrow. The new SLS will make use of a lightweight construct and front mid engine to drive itself to 100 km/h in 3.8 seconds.
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The 2010 SLS AMG Gullwing would be powered by an AMG 6.3-liter V8 engine located front-mid, and will produce 571 horsepower and up to 650 Nm of torque. Using a dry sump draft, the engine pairs with a 7-speed dual-clutch transmission, allowing the driver to catch a top haste of 317 km/h. The upside of the capacity translates to downside in fuel cheap: the engine gulps down 13.2 liters for every 100km travelled.
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Mercedes-Benz built this car to a 47/53 heaviness distribution, with a low middle of gravity, meant to, “emphasize the outstanding sports car notion.” Featuring an aluminum, fold-wishbone suspension, the car genuinely seems to be a value car for a true heavy enthusiast. With an aluminum bodyshell, it appears as though MB has actually tried to keep the burden of this vehicle low.
Mercedes‘ vastly expected vehicle should hit the German markets in early 2010 at €177,310, according to website CarPoint. The spot also says the car will come in a diversity of Alanite Grey, Alubeam Silver, Syvanite Grey, and a shade of red. Riding on forged wheels, the driver will be wrapped in leather and alcantara.