Mercedes-Benz have a few premieres for the Geneva Motor Show 2012. One of them is the Mercedes-Benz SL 63 AMG which was revealed a couple of weeks ago and joins the range of 2013 Mercedes-Benz SL’s currently on offer. We sent a photographer for a closer look!

Thanks to an all-aluminium bodyshell, similar to that of the SLS AMG supercar, the weight of the Mercedes SL 63 AMG has been reduced by 125 kilograms. With kerb weight of 1,845 kilograms and an output of 537hp or 564hp (with the AMG performance package), the new model has a powerful power to weight ratio. Other features include an all-aluminium crankcase, twin turbochargers, four valves per cylinder with camshaft adjustment, air/water intercooling, alternator management and an ECO start/stop function.

For full details on the Mercedes-Benz SL 63 AMG, please visit our earlier article.

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Video Mercedes-Benz SL 63 AMG Live in Geneva

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  1. The coupe looks good, more like an SLS but the cabrio is desperately looking too close to a SLK’s big brother than an Aston DBS rival.


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