As quoted from Ola Kallenius, CEO of Mercedes-AMG GmbH stated that the 2013 Mercedes Benz SL65 AMG has developed into a high performing vehicle that is much more interesting. They believe that the Mercedes Benz SL65 AMG can have a smooth driving experience and a dynamic performance as the previous model.
The 2013 Mercedes Benz SL65 AMG has been revised on the V12 Biturbo engine with M 279 determination is based on the M 275 engine that is used the previous model. Machine increased to 13 kW (18 hp) that is affected from the new exhaust gas turbocharger with an increase in spiral cross-section, a new manifold, and wastegate line with the current engine optimization characteristics. The Dual spark ignition with twelve double ignition coil not only produce a smooth way, but also allows a more effective combustion in the new engine management system combining with optimizing cylinder heads and higher performance. Mercedes Benz SL65 AMG also developed a new sports exhaust system, which has a pipe layout with improved flow characteristics, which is 3.2 kilograms milder as a result of the reduction in wall thickness.
The 2013 Mercedes Benz SL65 AMG has a more attractive design and comes with new features that are different from the previous eight-cylinder models. The electrically adjustable AMG sports seats with single or two-tone upholstery in Exclusive nappa leather with a special AMG diamond pattern are a particular highlight. This is characteristic of the seat to be found also in the middle of the door panel. AMG emblem is embossed on the seat backrests are standard, as are AIRSCARF neck-level heating, multicontour functionality, seat memory and climatised seats.
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