Searching For Bigfoot in a Mercedes SLS AMG Black Series

Supercar

Or has the beast already been found?

The Mercedes-Benz SLS AMG Black Series is not a normal car. It’s loaded with carbon fiber elements and the noise coming from its quad exhaust is out of this world. Oh yeah, it’s also got a 622 horsepower V8 that growls like no other. Along with its gullwing doors and in-your-face yellow paint job, the German-built supercar may just be the meanest, baddest and most outrageous thing to have ever left the Sindelfingen factory gates.

Motor Trend’s Arthur St. Antoine gets behind the wheel of this unique beast as he travels through the American Pacific Northwest where rumors of Bigfoot’s existence are still abound. Perhaps the gullwing beast will end up scaring the hairy monster away.

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