Prices for the Final Edition are yet to be confirmed
Mercedes describes the Final Edition as the 'ultimate' version of its supercar
The 350 Final Edition models will form the last batch of SLS models to be sold
The car uses a 6.3-litre V8 engine, pumping out 583bhp
Badging on the centre console denotes the Final Edition as being one of the 350 models
The interior features exclusive leather trim
The car will be sold from March next year
Both coupe and roadster versions of the Final Edition are being sold
Mercedes describes the Final Edition as being 'particularly attractive'
The replacement for the SLS, dubbed C190, has already been spotted testing
LA plays host to the last hurrah for the SLS
The car uses the same 6.2-litre V8 engine as the SLS AMG GT
The car will be built in a strictly limited run of 350 units
The SLS will be retired next year to make way for a new model
Set to be built in a limited run of just 350 units, the Final Edition will be the last batch of SLS models to be sold before the car is retired next year.
The Final Edition is powered by a 6.3-litre V8 engine producing 583bhp, and includes additional bespoke bodywork as well as bespoke AMG wheels. The upgraded interior of the car features new leather trim and bespoke badging marking out the Final Edition.
According to Mercedes-AMG boss Tobias Moers, the SLS Final Edition represents the "ultimate, particularly attractive variant of our super sports car".
The SLS will be replaced next year by a new model, codenamed C190, which will look to take on the Porsche 911 Turbo when it launches in 2015 for around £100,000. Pricing for the Final Edition is yet to be confirmed, but the model will go on sale in March of next year.
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