The modelRead full Mercedes AMG SL review
The latest Mercedes SL trades the previous version's slightly dumpy looks and handling for something more aggressive. It's still more of a grand tourer than a sports car, but is now extremely composed, and, with its extra dose of practicality, it’s more versatile than ever.
The trimSee full equipment
The range-topping SL 63 comes with the option of a Performance trim. It features lightweight 21in alloy wheels, a more aggressive body kit and performance-oriented tyres.
The engineSee full engine specs
The SL63 features the same turbocharged 4.0-litre V8 as the SL55 but benefits from an extra 108bhp. We've yet to sample this model but it is significantly more expensive than the SL55 and only a touch quicker (0-62mph is a claimed 3.6 seconds) so we're not convinced it is worth the extra expense.
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