The Final Edition model is the last opportunity to purchase a SLS AMG GT, the
first vehicle to be completely built by Mercedes-AMG. The SLS AMG GT Final
Edition will be built in a limited run of just 350 units globally. The super sports car, with its 583 hp AMG 6.3-liter V8 front-mid
engine, offers a fascinating combination of truly exceptional design and
equipment features. The exclusively developed optional Cup tires are especially
suitable for high-performance driving on racing circuits.
The market launch will begin in March 2014 and the super sports car will be available as either a Coupé or a Roadster and once 350 units have been built, production of the SLS AMG model series will come to an end.
Exclusive Exterior: Exposed Carbon Fiber Hood and Rear Spoiler
The special design of the 2014 SLS AMG GT Final Edition ensures that it stands out in visual terms: the exposed carbon fiber hood with central air outlet, the carbon fiber front splitter on the front apron, the fixed carbon fiber rear spoiler that is reminiscent of the SLS AMG Coupé Black Series and the exclusive AMG forged light-alloy wheels make it a real head-turner. Particularly in conjunction with the designo magno graphite matte paintwork that has been adopted from the SLS AMG GT3 "45th ANNIVERSARY" collector's model race car. In addition to the carbon fiber components, the unique design AMG forged wheels have a distinctly aggressive flair. To add to the visual impression when seen from behind, the struts of the rear apron are finished in high-gloss black.
The new aerodynamic components which are comprised of an exposed carbon fiber hood, a carbon fiber rear spoiler and a carbon fiber front splitter all function to increase downforce on both the front and the rear axles. As on the SLS AMG Coupe Black Series and the SLS AMG GT3, the carbon fiber hood of the SLS AMG GT Final Edition features a functional central air outlet. Apart from effectively dissipating engine heat, this outlet also increases downforce at the front axle and improves the Cd value. The engineers at AMG have utilized the vacuum effect to deliver the double benefit of dissipating the hot air from the engine compartment at the same time as drawing up the cool airflow from the vehicle's underbody. The optimized aerodynamic balance not only improves the car's potential on the racing circuit, but also contributes to handling safety.