Mercedes-Benz is offering enhanced customization options for buyers of the new AMG SL Roadster through its Manufaktur upgrades. These upgrades provide a range of interior and exterior finishes, allowing customers to personalize their vehicles to their exact preferences.

For the exterior, the Mercedes-AMG SL is available with eight distinctive Manufaktur paint finishes. These options include solid colors such as vintage blue and silicon gray, as well as metallic options like Côte d’Azur light blue and rubellite red. The SL also offers four matte colors, namely night black magno, hightech silver magno, graphite gray magno, and the exclusive Ireland mid green magno. Additionally, buyers can choose to dye the fabric soft top in a midnight blue shade, adding further customization to the vehicle's appearance.

Inside the cabin, Mercedes offers an Interior Package that features exclusive diamond-quilted Nappa leather upholstery. The seats showcase the AMG emblem embossed in the headrests, and this premium material extends to the armrests, center door panels, center console, and lower dash section. The Manufaktur steering wheel, hand-stitched in Nappa leather, complements the luxurious upholstery.

The cabin of the SL also boasts unique touches, including deep-pile floor mats with the AMG logo and Nappa leather piping. Illuminated door sill panels featuring the AMG lettering and an exclusive Manufaktur pattern add an elegant finishing touch to the interior.

Currently, the Mercedes-AMG SL is available with two engine options. The entry-level SL43 houses a turbocharged 2.0-liter four-cylinder engine, while a twin-turbocharged 4.0-liter V8 powers the higher-performance SL55 and SL63 Roadster models. The latter variant boasts an impressive output of 577 horsepower and 590 pound-feet of torque, allowing it to accelerate from 0 to 60 mph in just 3.5 seconds.

The price for the Manufaktur upgrade has not been disclosed yet, but Mercedes plans to open the order books for the SL Manufaktur in the fourth quarter of 2023, with deliveries expected to begin in early 2024.

Source: Mercedes-Benz

Евгений Ушаков
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