Wild Speed gives us an idea of what the next Mercedes-Benz supercar will look like when it hits the market sometime next year.
Sitting at the top of the AMG range are two distinct model lines: the SLS AMG and the Black Series. Soon the two are set to intersect, however, as the Mercedes performance division prepares to roll out its most powerful model yet. Confirmed by AMG Director Tobias Moers a year ago and spotted testing on the road several times since, Wild Speed has composed a set of renderings showing off what looks to be the most accurate preview of the upcoming SLS AMG Black Series we've seen yet.
Rendered in conjunction with BenzBoost, the model is rumored to pack over 600 horsepower from its 6.3-liter naturally-aspirated V8 thanks to "more aggressive cams, a higher compression ratio and revised intake manifold." Carbon ceramic brakes are also expected to be equipped in order to handle the added power over the 563 horses produced by the "standard" SLS. Expect a price tag north of $300,000 and a 200 mph top speed to factor into the equation as well.