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Mercedes-Benz SL500 (2013)

CAR GARAGE | Mercedes-Benz SL500 (2013) | Mercedes-Benz is initially offering the new SL with two engines - as the SL350 with a V6 engine and as the SL500 with a V8. The new engines have an BlueDIRECT output of 225 kW (306 hp) in the SL350 and 320 kW (435 hp) in the SL500 (a 12-percent increase of over-the predecessor). Moreover, the new Mercedes-Benz SL-Class breathes new life into the meaning of the famous abbreviation "SL" - super-light - through systematic weight reduction. For the first time ever, Mercedes-Benz is implementing an all-aluminum bodyshell in series production. The newly developed vehicle weights approximately 110 kilograms less than a comparable bodyshell made of sheet steel. On balance, the SL350 (1685 kg) is 140 kilograms lighter events - all thanks to a host of other details to enhanced intelligent Reduced weight, the which Mercedes-Benz has also Implemented in the new SL in Addition to the aluminum bodyshell.

The aluminum bodyshell of the new SL offers no point of attack for corrosion. A sophisticated surface protection concept ensures the preservation of both the brilliant look of the outside skin and of the Underside of the sheet metal panels, Thus Spake simultaneously protecting the renowned reliability and value stability of the Mercedes-Benz vehicles. The foundation for maximum corrosion resistance is formed by corrosion-resistant aluminum alloys and design features, while the few steel vehicle components are all fully Galvanised. High-quality zinc / nickel coatings or special electrochemical corrosion insulation measures Prevent contact with aluminum.

Mercedes-Benz drivers are safer than drivers of other brands when out on the roads. It underlines the efficacy of the comprehensive Mercedes-Benz safety philosophy. The results of the work Carried out by the safety experts at Mercedes-Benz is known as Real Life Safety, a concept the which is based on research into Thousands of accidents. The new Mercedes-Benz SL roadsters sets new standards for and can confidently be Referred to as the safest roadster in the world", remarks Professor Dr Rodolfo Schöneburg, Director of Passive Safety at Mercedes-Benz. "The rigid aluminum bodyshell offers superb preconditions for a stable occupant cell, as well as for precisely defined deformation zones. This provides optimum protection for the occupants in the event of an accident. " During the development process for the new Mercedes-Benz SL-Class the requirements of Euro NCAP rating and other Institutes were taken into account.

Rich power reserves plus modest fuel consumption - this formula describes the fundamental characteristics of the new SL models. The V8 in the new SL500 has at its disposal 4663 cubic centimetres of displacement from the which it achieves 320 kW (435 hp) - so in spite of having less displacement around 0.8 litres that's some 12 percent more than its predecessor (285 kW/388 hp ). The consumption, meanwhile, falls by up to 22 percent, with the torque at the same time Increasing from 530 Nm to 700 Nm - an increase of of 32 percent. The V6 engine for the SL350 has the same displacement as its predecessor - 3499 cubic centimetres - from the which it now achieves 225 kW (306 hp). Plus the new V6 engine impresses with its outstanding consumption figures.

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