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With a legacy that stretches back all the way to the original 300SL Gullwing, the Mercedes-AMG SL-class is a true automotive icon. Recent examples haven't been as impressive as expected and a host of newer two-door, four-seat grand touring convertibles have rendered it obsolete, but we're happy to report that Mercedes is working on an all-new SL-class that will launch in 2021 as a 2022 model. The new SL-class will share a platform with the Mercedes-AMG GT sports car, so performance and handling should be a big step up from the 2018 model. Details are scarce so far, but we expect both six- and eight-cylinder engine options, a luxurious and tech-heavy cabin, and a folding fabric roof in place of the last generation's power hardtop.

What's New for 2022?

Mercedes-AMG's iconic SL-class will be all new for 2022, following a short hiatus. We expect the new SL to debut soon and be on sale before the end of 2021.

Pricing and Which One to Buy

Without having a chance to drive the new SL and sample its powertrains, it's hard to recommend one over the other. We expect Mercedes to offer SL43 and an SL53 models—both powered by the turbocharged inline-six—and a higher-performing SL63 model that should come with a twin-turbo V-8 from the GT. Once we know more about the car's standard and optional features, we can provide a better recommendation.

Engine, Transmission, and Performance

We expect Mercedes to borrow two powertrains for the 2022 SL-class from other performance vehicles in its stable. The SL 43 and SL53 will both likely be powered by a turbocharged 3.0-liter inline-six—possibly versions of the same engine that makes 429 horsepower in the E53 sedan—while the more powerful SL63 is expected to use the twin-turbo 4.0-liter V-8 from the GT that is capable of pumping out up to 577 ponies. Mercedes has said that a nine-speed automatic will be the only option for a transmission here but that an all-wheel drive system will be offered as an option. Such powertrains will allow the revived SL-class to take on convertible versions of the BMW 8-series and the Lexus LC, both of which are offered with powerful V-8 engines as well as more sporting rivals, such as the Porsche 911.

Fuel Economy and Real-World MPG

Neither Mercedes nor the EPA has offered any insight into the 2022 SL-class's fuel-economy estimates yet, but we expect that information to be available closer to the car's on-sale date. Both V-8–powered versions of the 8-series and the LC are rated at 25 mpg highway, which is a good target for the SL63, but we expect the SL53 to be the more fuel efficient of the two. When we get a chance to put the new SL-class through our 75-mph highway fuel-economy test, which is part of our extensive testing regimen, we can evaluate its real-world mpg. For more information about the SL's fuel economy, visit the EPA's website.

Interior, Comfort, and Cargo

So far, we have few details about the new SL-class's cabin, but given that it's a Mercedes we'll assume it will be decked out in genuine leather, wood, and metal trimmings and every bit of technology the German automaker can drum up. The SL-class will remain a two-door convertible but rather than last generation's complicated folding hardtop, a fabric roof will be used to save weight and cargo space. Still, don't expect an expansive trunk.

Infotainment and Connectivity

Undoubtedly, we'll get a version of Mercedes's new MBUX infotainment system here in the new SL-class, complete with the system's "Hey Mercedes" virtual assistant, a large touchscreen infotainment display, a digital gauge display, and a redundant clickwheel or touchpad on the center console. Navigation is likely to be standard and we expect both Apple CarPlay and Android Auto as well as a Wi-Fi hotspot. More details about the SL's available infotainment and connectivity features will come out when the car officially debuts.

Safety and Driver-Assistance Features

Mercedes-AMG hasn't released any information about available driver-assistance features, but we expect the best and most modern tech to make its way to the 2022 SL-class. For more information about the SL's crash-test results, visit the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) and Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS) websites. Key safety features are likely to include:

  • Standard automated emergency braking with pedestrian detection
  • Standard lane-departure warning with lane-keeping assist
  • Available adaptive cruise control with semi-autonomous driving mode

Warranty and Maintenance Coverage

Mercedes-AMG's standard warranty package is the least special thing about its cars and covers a basic four year/50,000 mile period with no frills or extras. Both the 8-series and the LC offer significant complimentary scheduled maintenance programs, which may make those cars more attractive to those who seek to lease.

  • Limited warranty covers four years or 50,000 miles
  • Powertrain warranty covers four years or 50,000 miles
  • No complimentary scheduled maintenance

2022 Mercedes-Benz SL: price, specs and release date

Russell Campbell
2022 Mercedes SL cabin

Mercedes has revealed pictures of the 2022 Mercedes-Benz SL's luxurious interior.

The range flagship is weighed down with expensive looking materials and gets high-tech kit, here's the latest we have on Mercedes' most luxurious soft top. 

2022 Mercedes SL dashboard

2022 Mercedes-Benz SL latest news

Official pictures have revealed the luxurious interior of the 2022 Mercedes-Benz SL, which features a 2+2 configuration, with two smaller seats sitting behind the huge chairs in front. The pictures also reveal that the new SL gets a massive infotainment screen – much like the one seen in the new S-Class, only in the SL it's adjustable – and a high-definition 12.3-inch digital cockpit.

The symmetrical instrument panel, meanwhile, has been inspired by the world of aviation with a wing-like shape broken into upper and lower sections housing pretty galvanised, turbine-style air vents that stitch the top and bottom parts of the dashboard together. The middle of the control panel is left to neatly flow into the centre console. 

2022 Mercedes SL dash and infotainment screen

Its thick chrome bezel mimics the shape of a NACA air duct from the world of motorsport and houses the 11.9-inch portrait style infotainment screen, which has an adjustable angle to avoid reflections when the SL's roof is lowered. It will be operated using Mercedes' MBUX operating system and has displays for performance and track times.

The flowing style of the interior is seen on the insides of the doors, too, where the two-tone leather of the dashboard is mirrored perfectly. Mercedes says the door cards are 'designed as a sensual layered topography'... We're not sure exactly what that means but they certainly look nice and if you go for the Burmeister stereo, you get the company's trademark intricately designed metal speaker covers. 

You can enjoy all this from front seats that – unlike the back seats – are set to be some of the most comfortable in the business. They're apparently designed to appear lighter and less voluminous than they actually are and the headrests are integrated, sports-car style, into the seats. Expect the seats to have heating, cooling and massaging functions and to be able to blow warm air down the back of your neck. 

2021 Mercedes-Benz SL camouflage profile

2022 Mercedes-Benz SL price and release date

Our official 'spy' pics of the 2022 Mercedes-Benz SL undergoing final testing – just the latest in a steady drip of information on the daddy of all Mercedes models – suggest the car's release is just weeks away. 

The SL has always carried a premium over rivals from Jaguar (the F-Type is yours from £65,000), while undercutting high-end competition from the likes of the £175,000 Bentley Continental GT Convertible and £150,000 Aston Martin DB11 Volante. In fact, it's closest challenge comes in the form of the £80,000 BMW 8 Series Convertible, so you can expect to pay about the same for the SL rising to well over £100,000 for a top-spec model.

2022 Mercedes-Benz SL styling

When you're paying more than £80,000 for a posh convertible, needless to say, style matters – which could explain why the 2022 Mercedes SL, unlike the two models that preceded it, shuns a hardtop roof for a soft-top design. 

Designers love a canvas roof because it's significantly neater to package than a bulky hardtop that tends to give cars a flabby rear end. 

Indeed, the SL looks relatively svelte, for what is traditionally a big bruiser of a GT, thanks to a rear end that tapers down in a similar way to the more-focussed AMG GT supercar.

Normal service resumes in the form of a bonnet so long it could sit across two continents. It should have no issues accommodating the SL's large engines, allowing engineers to sit them low in the chassis and far behind the front axle for excellent (front-mid) weight distribution. 

Meanwhile, a recognisable face comes courtesy of a Panamericana grille which has found itself plastered to the front of numerous hot Mercedes. 

2021 Mercedes-Benz SL chassis

2022 Mercedes-Benz SL design

The 2022 Mercedes SL gets all new construction that the firm is particularly proud of, sending us a picture of the car's skeleton to prove it. 

It's been designed from scratch to accommodate a 2+2 design (two full-sized seats with a pair of occasional/kids seats behind), as well as internal combustion and a plug-in electric drivetrain using a combination of an aluminium space frame and a self-supporting structure. 

As well as aluminium, its structure contains lightweight magnesium and composites while the bits that need to be really tough – the window frame and pop up rollover hoops – are constructed from hot form tubular steel. The result is a car that is relatively light but also very rigid. 

In fact, it's chassis tips the scales at 270kg yet is 18% more rigid than the outgoing car, with transverse and longitudinal rigidity that is 50 and 40%, respectively, higher than the more overtly sporty AMG GT Roadster. 

What do these figures mean? Well you can expect the SL to suffer from less scuttle and shake –  unerring cabin creaks and rattles, and wobbles through the steering wheel – convertibles suffer from but also to steer with more precision and handle bumps better. 

The high-tech body, the fact that this is the first SL to be developed by AMG – Mercedes performance wing – and news that final testing will take place at the Nurburgring, raises the possibility of this being the first truly sporty SL. 

2021 Mercedes SL camouflage rear

2022 Mercedes-Benz SL engines

You'll be able to choose to have your 2021 Mercedes-Benz SL from a variety of six, eight and 12-cylinder engines with mild-hybrid technology, plus there will be a petrol-electric PHEV option. 

Four-wheel drive (Mercedes calls it 4Matic+) will be an option for the first time, shared with the E63 it'll allow you to flick between two and four-wheel. You can expect the SL to drive through a nine-speed automatic gearbox that delivers smooth shifts when cruising and quick changes when you're going for a blast.

The range will kick off with the SL43. It will use the same twin-turbocharged V6 as is found in the C43 and E53 – tuned to produce around 400PS - and will get the SL from 0-62mph in under five seconds and – if the C and E-Class are anything to go by – produce a rich six-cylinder howl when doing it. 

Further up the range you'll find the SL500 and SL63 with twin-turbocharged 4.0-litre V8s producing around 500PS and 600PS respectively, while later in the model's life it seems likely that you'll be able to have a version of the turbine-smooth 610PS 6.0-litre twin-turbo V12 fitted to the new Mercedes-Maybach S-Class.

Got too much of a conscience for a V12 that swallows fuel like a blue whale gulps sea water? Then you'll also be able to choose from a petrol-electric hybrid, which uses an electrified version of the 4.0-litre V8 with an EV motor that pushes power up to 800PS. As well as being blindingly quick, it will also have a short electric-only range, making it very cheap to run on local journeys. 

2021 Mercedes-Benz S-Class interior

2022 Mercedes-Benz SL interior

The 2022 Mercedes-Benz SL will get a sportier version of the interior found in the Mercedes S-Class so you can expect it to be dominated by a huge centre touchscreen, with a digital display taking the place of conventional dials. It'll feel sportier inside than the big saloon, however, with feature-point turbine air vents and a seating position that's significantly lower than the transmission tunnel that runs between the two front seats.

Much like the S-Class, Mercedes likes to use the SL to feature new tech that will eventually trickle down to the rest of the range – features like Mercedes' AirCurtain that blows hot air down the back of your neck when the roof's down – so expect the new model to get never-before-seen toys.

Quality, meanwhile, will be very high, with most surfaces trimmed in leather and a large range of trim finishes for you to choose from. 

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  • Fabric folding roof
  • Only roadster variant expected
  • 2+2 seating layout
  • Hi-tech ‘hyperanalogue’ cockpit design
  • Six- and eight-cylinder engines with mild-hybrid tech
  • 4Matic all-wheel drive likely
  • Due to go on sale later in 2021

Following on from the spy pics of the Mercedes-AMG SL Roadster, we now have official images of the hi-tech interior. This is to be Mercedes’ answer to alternatives like the Porsche 911 Cabriolet and Jaguar F-Type Convertible, it will sit alongside the AMG GT Coupe and Roadster but with the added practicality of a 2+2 seating layout.

2021 Mercedes-AMG SL Roadster design

The heavily camouflaged prototypes seen earlier leave a lot to the imagination, but their overall proportions make it clear the new SL Roadster will have a long bonnet, a curvaceous front end and bulging wheel arches. The headlights appear more angular than before, and the new car should feature a similar ‘Panamericana’ grille to the latest AMG GT.

At the rear, it looks as though the new SL Roadster will sport a pair of large air vents below the brake lights – similar to the ones on an AMG GT63S 4-door – and four large exhaust pipes. These will be either round or square, depending on which engine you choose.

2021 Mercedes-AMG SL Roadster roof

The old Mercedes SL came with a folding metal roof, but the new car is expected to go for a soft-top instead. Not only will this help make the car lighter, but the less complex mechanism should leave more space in the boot for luggage when the roof’s folded away.

Modern soft-tops feature multiple layers of sound-proofing, so you can bet it’ll be very relaxing to travel in with the roof up. Various air deflectors should help reduce buffeting when you fold the roof down – which you should be able to do at up to around 30mph.

2021 Mercedes-AMG SL Roadster interior

The interior of the new SL Roadster offers up a blend of sporty and luxurious design features dominated by an 11.9-inch multimedia touchscreen which can be electronically tilted to minimise glare. There is also a 12.3-inch LCD instrument cluster which is integrated into a hi-tech visor, also to reduce any reflections.

This second-gen MBUX (Mercedes-Benz User Experience) system offers similar functionality to that of the S-Class saloon but with a more performance-oriented layout. There is also an optional 3D head-up display which ties seamlessly into the rest of the system Mercedes has named the combination of this digital layout and analogue interior geometry the ‘hyperanalogue’ cockpit.

The interior is of a 2+2 design, offering up two small rear seats for either children or luggage. This sets it apart from the AMG GT and brings an added level of practicality similar to the layout in the Porsche 911 Cabriolet.
Further underlining the luxurious nature of the AMG SL Roadster are diamond-quilted Nappa leather seats (in single or two-tone design), a 64-colour ambient lighting setup and a sensational Burmester audio system.

2021 Mercedes-AMG SL Roadster engines

Mercedes hasn’t announced which engines will power the new SL roadster, but you’ll likely be able to choose from a range of mild-hybrid six-cylinder engines and bigger, more powerful V8 options.

The former will probably make use of the six-cylinder engines currently fitted to the Mercedes E-Class and Mercedes-AMG E53 and should produce around 380hp including its hybrid assistance.

The V8 models will use a version of AMG’s tried-and-tested 4.0-litre twin-turbo engine, most likely producing over 600hp in this application. As with almost all new Mercedes, the new SL Roadster will come exclusively with an automatic gearbox – most likely a nine-speed unit.

2021 Mercedes-AMG SL Roadster price and release date

The Mercedes-AMG SL Roadster should debut later this year with sales commencing shortly thereafter. Prices for the base six-cylinder models should be in the region of £70,000 with top V8 variants setting you back at least £100,000.

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