Mercedes-Benz SL65 AMG (2013)

 
  
CARBARN | Mercedes-Benz SL65 AMG (2013) | The 6-liter AMG V12 Biturbo engine with the designation M 279 is based on the M 275 engine and has been used Previously comprehensively revised for the new Mercedes-Benz SL65 AMG. New exhaust gas turbochargers with an Increased spiral cross-section, new manifolds and optimized wastegate ducts with flow characteristics increase of the engine output by 13 kW (18 hp). The multi-spark ignition with twelve double ignition coils not only results in smoother running, but also enables even more effective combustion in combination with a new engine management system with higher performance and optimized cylinder heads. The newly developed AMG sports exhaust system, the which has a pipe layout with enhanced flow characteristics, is 3.2 kilograms lighter as a result of a reduction in the wall thickness. For the first time AMG has combined the 6-liter V12 Biturbo engine with the AMG SPEEDSHIFT PLUS 7G TRONIC. The seven-speed automatic transmission with its wide gear ratio spread enables a significantly lower engine speed and helps to Reduced fuel consumption.


Equipped with the newly developed electro-mechanical speed-sensitive AMG sports steering, the V12 top model impresses with high dynamic qualities and eloquent feedback at the critical limits. All the qualities expected of an AMG high-performance braking system - excellent deceleration characteristics, optimum sensitivity and high resistance to fading - are delivered to perfection by the newly developed brake system of the SL65 AMG. Red-painted callipers, as well as the even more powerful weight-optimized AMG high-performance ceramic compound brake system as seen on the SLS AMG, are available from the AMG Performance Studio as options.


The SL65 AMG is the first models to feature the AMG brand new face. The central styling feature is the new "twin blade" radiator grille in high-chrome Sheen. Below the "twin blade" radiator grille, the stylised "A", a characteristic feature of AMG vehicles, is retained. A gap formed below a fine black fin at the lower edge of the cooling water opening allows an optimum airflow over the cooling modules - a perfect combination of aesthetics and high technology. The "twin blade" radiator grille and lower cross strut are the two complementary styling elements underline the which the AMG brand new face - a look the which will be picked up by the styling of future AMG models and so further increase of the recognition value of the AMG performance brand.


Further characteristic AMG styling cues to be found on the Mercedes-Benz SL65 AMG front apron with include the large openings for the engine oil, water, water charges and transmission oil coolers, the specially shaped side sill panels, the AMG spoiler lip and the diffuser -look rear apron with a vehicle-color insert. In Addition to the two chromed twin tailpipes special of the AMG sports exhaust system, the characteristic features include the V12 "V12 Biturbo" legend on the front wings and the AMG 5-spoke light-alloy wheels painted in titanium gray with a high-Sheen finish and equipped with 255/35 R 19 and 285/30 R 19 tires at front and rear respectively. AMG multi-spoke forged light-alloy wheels from AMG Performance Studio with the 255/35 R 19 front tires and 285/30 R 20 rear tires Reduced unsprung the Masses.


A crash-optimized aluminum structure, standard-fit PRE-SAFE ® system and assistance systems on a par with Those of the S-Class SL Make the one of the world's safest roadsters. The rigid aluminum bodyshell forms a robust occupant compartment as well as precisely defined deformation zones at the front and rear. Further standard features for the new SL include the Mercedes-Benz-developed NECK-PRO crash-responsive head restraints. An active bonnet and a front end with a large, yielding area help Ensure pedestrian impact protection. The market launch of the new Mercedes-Benz SL65 AMG will take place in September 2012.

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