The Wait Is Over For The Mercedes-AMG SL

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Just in time for spring.

At the end of October last year, Mercedes-AMG revealed its all-new SL roadster. It's been touted as a proper luxury grand tourer and can even be had with bespoke fitted luggage, but it's also promised to offer the lightness and handling ability to behave like a true sports car. Manhart is already working on tuning upgrades for the drop-top, but before you can take advantage of such packages, you'll need the actual car first. So when can you place an order? Well, the wait is over and Mercedes has opened orders for the svelte sports car just in time for the start of spring.

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2022 Mercedes-AMG SL 63 Aft View

As you'd expect, there are a number of options available. 12 paint finishes are on offer, including two SL-exclusive colors: Hyper Blue Metallic and Manufaktur Monza Grey Magno, a matte finish. Three roof color options are available too, along with five exterior design packages: AMG Aerodynamics Package, AMG Carbon Package, AMG Chrome Package, AMG Night Package, and AMG Night Package II. Nine wheel variants are on offer, with SL 55 models getting 19-inch AMG multispoke wheels as standard and the SL 63 riding on 20-inch rims. 21-inch options are among those offered, including one with forged construction. So what does it cost to get one of these new convertibles?

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Pricing for the 2022 Mercedes-AMG SL has only been revealed for the European market at this time, but US pricing is sure to be revealed soon enough. In the meantime, the SL 55 starts at a base MSRP of €158,240.25 (approximately $174,156) while the more powerful SL 63 variant carries a base asking price of €187,097.75 ($205,916). If those numbers seem way out of reach, don't give up hope just yet. The rumor mill suggests that Mercedes will soon be adding a four-cylinder turbo-hybrid model to the lineup, and this will come at a considerably lower price point than its upmarket V8 siblings. The US-spec cars may differ slightly, but when you're buying a car in 911 Turbo territory, you're going to pay for it.

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2022 Mercedes-AMG SL 63 Top View Driving
2022 Mercedes-AMG SL 63 Side View Driving

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