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Although Mercedes has done its best to disguise the SL by covering it in heavy cladding, we can see that the new generation model keeps its predecessor’s two-piece folding hard top, while the styling is expected to adopt the German firm’s more “artsy” design philosophy as seen on the latest CLS and recent concept models such as the F800 Style, along with a more in-your-face front grille.
Being that the 2012 SL was developed alongside the SLS Gullwing, the two models are likely to share certain key components such as the suspension bits and electrical systems.