Mercedes-Benz took the wraps off two unlikely compadres at the 2012 Los Angeles Auto Show, the SLS AMG Black edition and the GL63 AMG, one a torpedo two-seater and the other an overpowered SUV.
With the 2014 Black Edition, Mercedes-Benz amps up the already bananas SLS AMG Gullwing with racing-bred technology.
Perhaps the wildest electric production car on earth.
Mercedes-Benz has done the unthinkable and created a version of the SLS AMG with doors that open normally. Don't fret though, because the SLS AMG Roadster is still a sexpot.
The fabric soft top of the SLS AMG Roadster is a great way to enjoy the summer months whether it's on a day trip through the country or just running errands around town.
Mercedes-Benz released additional details about and pictures of the 2012 SLS AMG Roadster. The roadster will make its U.S. debut this fall.
Photos of the upcoming convertible indicate that it appears to have the same body proportions as its coupe sibling, sans gullwings and a fixed roof.
Mercedes released photos of a barely disguised Mercedes SLS AMG Roadster undergoing track testing in Stuttgart, Germany.
It won't put Suzuki on the map, but it will keep it from being blown further into the weeds.
While the 2011 Suzuki Kizashi Sport SLS is nimble for its class, it still has a hard time living up to the promise of its aggressive looks and "Sport" designation.