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Through Ian's Lens: 2011 Mercedes-Benz SLS AMG vs. 1955 Mercedes-Benz 300SL Gullwing

What do we do when you're given entrance to a brand new 2011 Mercedes-Benz SLS AMG supercar for an afternoon of photography in Chicago? Well, we motionless to pair it with a single of a prettiest cars ever built, a 1955 Mercedes-Benz 300 SL Gullwing. How does a brand new SLS AMG review to a classic Benz racecar pattern from a '50s? It holds a own. Barely.

Designed to be visually subtle, a SLS AMG can go neglected when parked or rolling by. The prolonged metal cover as well as small gill-like vents have been understated, as well as a car's back pattern is utterly unimpressive. Swooping taillights as well as in few instances small badges upon a backside appear to roughly be an afterthought, but they're small for a reason. The SLS doesnt wish to squeeze your courtesy until a ready. When we open a modern gull-wing doors, a interior's red leather as well as carbon essential element lurch gleams in a sunlight; begin a engine, as well as only then will everyone upon a retard wish to know your name.

Aesthetically, a SLS AMG is a subtle tip of a top to a 300 SL, as well as for a most part, a SLS stands upon a own pattern merits. Those merits only occur to be inside a car, underneath a metal cover as well as bellowing out a exhaust pipes when we lay upon a gas.

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