Mercedes-Benz SLR Stirling Moss 2010 review

         The Mercedes-Benz SLR Stirling Moss is final hurrah for the fabled SLR line. The SLR Stirling Moss has a radical design, with no roof or even proper windshield. Stirling Moss is styled that looks every bit the modern interpretation of the classic race speedster Mercedes is going for, and while the modern SLR McLaren heritage is  clear, this new edition is wholly different. While the new open supercar Mercedes was again developed in conjunction with McLaren.

         It is also designed by the most sophisticated technology and a breathtaking design which reinterprets the SLR legend. With 478 kW/650 hp the SLR Stirling Moss accelerates its V8 supercharged engine from standstill to 100 km/h in less than 3.5 seconds, and has a top speed of 350 km/h.

         The Mercedes-Benz SLR Stirling Moss’s entire body made of fine lightweight carbon fibre, represents a stand-alone design concept. The SLR Stirling Moss sports an exciting, pronounced arrow-shaped form and is characterised by an elongated bonnet and a compact, muscular rear. It’s exterior and interior flow smoothly into one. The bonnet also stretches from its striking tip right down into the interior, giving the vehicle body a distinctly sleek air.

           * Type of engine: Supercharged AMG-Sourced V8
           * Power bhp (kW) at RPM: 478 kW/650 bhp
           * Acceleration (0-100 km/h): Less than 3.5 seconds
           * Top Speed: 217 mph
           * Body Type: 2 Door, 2 Seat Open Speedster
           * Price (est): $ 1,100,000

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