2011 Mercedes-Benz SLS AMG – Click above for high-res image gallery

Mercedes-Benz trotted out the SLS AMG GT3 and E350 4Matic Wagon here in New York, and along with the racy supercoupe and bangin' wagon, it's announced pricing for its all-new, homegrown gullwing.

We don't have an official MSRP breakdown yet, but our man on the floor tells us that the 2011 SLS AMG will start at $183,000 in the U.S. when it begins to go on sale this summer. That entry-level price is noticeably lower than expected, but we're sure once you tack on the options (custom color, carbon ceramic stoppers, etc.), it's sure to head quickly north of $200k. Ready to place an order? Read our First Drive before you tap into the kiddie's college fund.

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