Mercedes-Benz SL-Class News
It's riding on a new platform developed by AMG.
Yes, Mercedes still builds the SL-Class.
The next-gen Mercedes SL goes in a new direction with a soft top, 2+2 seating, and an 800-hp AMG model.
Perhaps the owner didn't like the local M-B dealer.
Clarkson, Hammond, and May cruise through an English village in a lifted Mercedes-Benz SL-Class, and Clarkson says the car is "excellent."
Charles Morgan glides through Wales in a 1987 Mercedes-Benz SL500 and explains why these luxury convertibles are fantastic classics to own.
Mercedes-AMG reveals the 2017 SL63 and SL65, part of a wholly refreshed range with a new look, more power, more equipment, and more options.
Sittisan Quan Sundaravej undertakes the difficult challenge of collecting cars in Thailand, where their importation is illegal. The pride of his collection is his father's Mercedes Pagoda, profiled by Drive.
Petrolicious shows how a pagoda-roof 1969 Mercedes 280SL continues to inspire the work of an architect in California.
Mercedes may have added other coupes and convertibles to its lineup in recent years, but the SL-Class remains its mainstay. And it's just been spotted with revised sheet metal and equipment undergoing testing near its headquarters in Germany.
Mercedes tends to keep its SL roadster around longer than most models. The previous fifth-generation machine was launched in 2001, underwent a facelift in 2009 and stuck around until 2012. That's when the current model was introduced, and before it's replaced, Benz is expected to roll out another facelifted version. And that seems to be exactly what we're looking at here.
Mercedes has plenty to be celebrating at the moment, having just won the Formula One World Championship in spectacular style – taking the constructors' title by a huge margin and the top two slots in the drivers' standings as well. It almost goes without saying that the German outfit would celebrate with a special edition, and that's just what we're looking at here.
As one of the premier luxury droptops from Mercedes-Benz, the SL-Class has never been an inexpensive proposition. But the German brand is making it a little bit more accessible for the 2015 model year with its new SL400. The new entry-level model has Chris Bruce