Mercedes SLC AMG Tests at the Ring

Spy Shots

The “baby” SLS AMG is coming along nicely as these latest spy shots taken at the Nurburgring demonstrate.

Codenamed the C190, Mercedes upcoming Porsche 911 fighter that reports claim will either be called the SLC AMG or GT AMG has been caught doing some hot laps of the Nurburgring. Essentially a smaller version of the SLS AMG sans the Gullwing doors, the SLC AMG will be powered by a twin-turbo V8 with output ranging from 485 hp in the standard model to as much as 600 hp in the Black Series variant. Slated for a 2014 launch, Mercedes is adamant only a Coupe will be built, but that decision will surely be dictated by demand.

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