2013 Mercedes-Benz SL receives AMG Sport models

Article by Christian Andrei, on May 1, 2013

Mercedes-Benz decided to give some small cosmetic tweaks to the SL roadster and according to the official press release all these changes will be incorporated from June. The most significant changes will be seen on the SL350 and the SL500, because these models will now be sold as AMG Sport models.

As expected, the AMG Sport Pack consists of 19-inch, five-spoke AMG wheels, lowered suspension (10 mm) with revised dampers, a new AMG bodykit and new brake calipers. Inside, the vehicle will get a new steering wheel, perforated leather, AMG floor mats as well as Platinum White Pearl stitching. The new SL will also receive a new colour, Hyacinth Red, while the Polar White colour is offered as standard.

The new AMG Sport models will also be cheaper, despite the fact that they offer additional equipment. Moreover, the SL63 AMG will receive electric glass sunroof and Parktronic system. The SL65 AMG will not receive any changes. The SL350 AMG Sport will cost £69,960, while the SL500 AMG Sport will be available for £79,970. The SL63 AMG will cost £110,785.

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