The SL designo Edition package is available on both the SL450 and SL550 convertibles. Not that the SL is lacking on posh, but the new package cranks up the luxury dial to 11 with new high-quality materials inside and out. Customers can choose between the Brilliant Blue Metallic or Cardinal Red Metallic paint, with 19-inch wheels up front and 20-inch wheels out back.
The interior is full of designo badging to match the upgraded leather, trim, floor mats, and white seat belts. The car comes with new ambient lighting and a three-spoke steering wheel. Standard equipment includes the neck warming AirScarf, Active Multicontour Seats, and a suite of active safety features.
While the SL-Class focuses on luxury accoutrements, the SLC RedArt Edition adds a host of sporty accents. The package is available on both the Mercedes-Benz SLC300 and the Mercedes-AMG SLC43. Both cars come in Selenite Grey, though the SLC43 comes with a matte finish. The grey is accented by red accents on the wheels, front splitter, air intakes, and rear bumper. Inside, the red and grey theme continues with unique seat upholstery and contrasting stitching on the dash and steering wheel.
Both the SL designo Edition and SLC RedArt Editions will be available in the US this summer.