Following a teaser released earlier this week, Mercedes-Benz has revealed the 2014 SLS AMG GT Final Edition.
The last hurrah for the SLS will be built in a limited series of 350 units which will feature the same V8 6.3-liter engine from the regular SLS AMG GT version outputting 591 HP (435 kW).
This special edition is distinguished by a carbon fiber hood and front splitter, along with a redesigned front bumper and new brakes. We also notice the updated rear wing and carbon side mirror housings, while the light surrounds have been darkened.
A replacement for the SLS has already been announced and will likely come out in 2014 wearing the "SLC" moniker. Codenamed "C190", it will be smaller than the SLS and is expected to receive a newly developed V8 4.0-liter twin-turbo rated at 493 bhp (327 kW) that will also power the next-gen C63 AMG.
Full details about the SLS AMG GT Final Edition will be disclosed next week when the car will get its public outing at the Los Angeles and Tokyo motor shows where it will be showcased alongside the S65 AMG.