The SLS is a pretty sensible supercar, with a comfortable driving position, clear displays and even a few cubbyholes in the cabin. Mercedes claims inspiration from aircraft for the interior, but it's still easy enough to use. Forward visibility isn't fantastic, though.
Mercedes-Benz SLS space & practicality
This is where you pay the price. Those super-stylish gullwing doors are a talking point, but they're awkward to close if you're of average height or below – they also reduce headroom. You may bang your head as you get out, too. The boot demands that you travel light and it certainly isn't suitable for frozen goods – it gets rather hot!
Mercedes-Benz SLS equipment
The SLS gives you luxuries such as sat-nav and keyless ignition, as well as the more usual high-end features. The only real luxury option is the Bang & Olufsen stereo.