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MERCEDES BENZ AMG SL65 Black Series

The Mercedes Benz AMG SL65 Black series is broad, muscular and ready to bounce. Even when stationary, the coupé's superlative dynamism can arouse great passions. The strikingly broad mudguards, the retractable rear spoiler and the rear apron with diffuser fins point unmistakably to its motorsport origins, part of the Mercedes-AMG corporate philosophy for more than 40 years. One glance at the new Mercedes Benz AMG SL65 Black Series and you are reminded of the successful AMG racing sports cars like the present DTM C-Class or the 1997 CLK-GTR from FIA-GT series.

Wide cooling air apertures in the front apron and the bonnet are the clearest indication of the massive power of this AMG twelve cylinder, biturbocharged engine. From its 5980 cc, the AMG V12's engine generates a maximum power of 493 kW/ 670 hp at 5400 rpm and an electronically limited torque of 1000 Nm between 2200 and 4200 rpm. Without a limiter, the AMG 6,0 litre V12 biturbo engine, which is hand-built in the AMG engine factory in accordance with the "one man - one engine" philosophy, would achieve a maximum torque of 1200 Nm. Compared with the basis power pack in the 450 kW/612 hp SL65 AMG, new turbochargers were developed for the twelve cylinder SL65 AMG Black Series engine. The low temperature charge air cooler, now 30 percent more powerful, and the optimized water cooling system guarantee not only that the power generated under extreme dynamic driving conditions is exploited to the maximum but also the greatest possible fatigue strength at high outside temperatures;

The extraordinary engine specifications, which make the SL 65 AMG Black Series the most powerful AMG model yet, help to produce unique performance data; from a standing start, it takes just 3,8 seconds to reach 100 kph; 200 kph is attained after 11,0 seconds. The top speed is 320 kph (electronically limited).

Equally responsible for its excellent dynamics is the attractive power-to-weight ratio of only 2,79 hp/kg, resulting from the comparably low unladen weight of 1870 kilograms. this makes the Mercedes benz AMG SL65 Black series some 250 kilograms lighter than the SL65 AMG - a respectable weight saving due specifically to the use of lightweight construction. Numerous bodywork components are made of high strength and particularly light carbon fibre composites (CFRP). The 14 cm wider front mudguard, the front apron with the visible carbon front splitter, the bonnet and the boot lid are all made of CFRP.

The whole CFRP roof shell has taken on a completely new design. Not only does it now have an integral roll-over bar but, by no longer having the typical SL vario roof installed, the roof line has a significantly flatter profile. The CFRP rear spoiler, concealed in the boot lid, automatically extends twelve centimeters at 120 kph

An AMG SPEEDSHIFT PLUS five-speed automatic gearbox transmits power to the rear wheels. there is a choice between four transmission modes. The torque converter 's lockup clutch guarantees extremely direct gearshifting in al driving situations. the automatic double-declutch function not only makes shifting down a more pleasurable task, it also ensures that the load alteration effect is reduced.

The Mercedes Benz AMG SL65 Black series is equipped with adjustable coil spring sports suspension and several selection modes.

The Mercedes benz AMG SL65 Blackseries is equipped with a functional and well finished interior. Nappa leather, Alcantara and carbon are main finishing elements.

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