Mercedes Benz AMG SL65 Black Series

Posted: November 27, 2009 by The Car Spy in Mercedes Benz
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How about a cool-looking Black Series SL65 in er…black? Well Obsidian Metallic to be precise. Would it be possible for Merc to produce a more mental car? 670 bhp, 0-60 mph in 3.8 seconds and top speed sensibly limited to 198 mph. Well getting caught going twice over the legal limit would be something but three times might be pushing it. Even the police ‘copters would have trouble keeping up with this SL.

If you have 255 Large Ones languishing in your bank account then consider the following:-

One of only 8 right-hand-drive cars produced for the UK and built in September 2009 this SL65 is unregistered and looking for a new owner. The car has a Labrador leather anthracite interior, DVD Comand, Media Interface, Adaptive Bi-xenons, Interior Motion Sensor, Keyless Go, Parktronic, Carbon interior pack, Climate etc etc and most of all is very, very fast.

Quote from Wikipedia on the car…”The new SL65 AMG Black Series coupe features a carbon-fibre fixed roof, front fenders, hood, trunk lid, and front and rear aprons. With the absence of retractable roof hardware, the car is more than 550 pounds lighter than the standard SL. AMG placed a modified version of the 6.0-liter AMG V12 engine that now delivers 670 bhp (500 kW) and 738 lb·ft (1,001 N·m) of torque. This is the same 6.0L engine as used in the previous SL65 model with remapped timing and fuel curves to produce 66 bhp more. Torque remains the same, as the previous model, due to transmission limitations. This engine has been labeled as the engine with the largest output that will be made by AMG. Its twin turbochargers are 12 percent larger, passages for intake air and the turbo wastegates have been modified, and the intake air intercooler is 30 percent more efficient….”

 So there you have it, a very special car indeed.

If you have a serious interest in purchasing this car please give us a call on 0845 643 2047 anytime and we will gladly arrange the necessary viewings and test drives.

Click here for a selection of images of the car.

Comments
  1. kniproscori says:

    Cool issue, I didn’t thought it would be so cool when I looked at the link.

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