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AutoBlog: Rendered or Spied? Mercedes-Benz SLS AMG pops up on mag cover

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Filed under: Spy Photos, Coupes, Supercars, Mercedes-Benz, AMG


We can't tell you for sure whether or not this image of the Mercedes-Benz SLS AMG on the cover of Autobild is the real deal or a well done rendering based on some spy shots, but it does appear to have that quality of an actual photograph rather than a Photochop special.

The SLS AMG will mark the first appearance of a production car fitted with gull-wing doors since, well... we suppose the DMC-12 DeLorean, though we're certain that Mercedes hopes its car conjure an image of the original 300SL on which this supercar's styling is based. The cues are all there, including a grille that looks like a guppy with its mouth wide open, fender vents aft of the front wheels and, of course, those doors.

Power will surely be provided by the biggest AMG-sourced V8 that will fit under the long hood, though we have heard rumors of an all-electric version arriving in 2015. We'll see about that, but in the meantime you can compare the shot above to spy shots of the car that were officially released by Mercedes back in April.

[source: Autoblog Spanish]

Rendered or Spied? Mercedes-Benz SLS AMG pops up on mag cover originally appeared on Autoblog on Fri, 10 Jul 2009 15:30:00 EST. Please see our terms for use of feeds.

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That looks like the same front end that was shown in silver on a recent Automobile mag cover.. interesting.

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