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Following an online reveal last week, Mercedes-Benz has introduced the 2014 SLS AMG GT Final Edition at the Los Angeles Auto Show.

The last hurrah for the SLS will be available in a limited series of 350 units which will come with an AMG V8 6.3-liter front-mid engine delivering 591 HP (435 kW) at 6,800 rpm and 650 Nm (479 lb-ft) at 4,750 rpm. The supercar will need only 3.7 seconds to reach 62 mph (100 km/h) and 11.2 seconds until 124 mph (200 km/h), while the top speed will be electronically-limited to 199 mph (320 km/h).

It will be sold as a coupe and as a roadster and both will be distinguished by a carbon fiber hood with a central air outlet, along with a splitter for the front apron made from the same lightweight material and a fixed carbon fiber rear aerofoil like on the Black Series model. It will ride on AMG forged light-alloy wheels available with two finishes (matte black with high-sheen rim flange or matte black with high-sheen finish) measuring 19 inches at the front axle and 20 inches at the back. These will be covered in new exclusive Dunlop Sport Maxx Race Cup tires in sizes of 265/35 R19 front and 295/35 R20 rear.

On the inside it has received designo Exclusive leather with a diamond pattern and silver stitching contrasting with the black leather upholstery. The cabin is also adorned with standard carbon fiber trim, silver seat belts and black floor mats, while the carbon fiber center console hosts a unique numbered badge.

The 2014 Mercedes-Benz SLS AMG GT Final Edition is scheduled to go on sale next March, with pricing in Germany (VAT included) starting at 225,505 EUR for the coupe and 233,835 EUR for the roadster. If the standard model is simply not enough, dig deeper into your pockets and configure the final SLS with carbon fiber engine cover and mirrors, as well as with an AMG Performance Media, ceramic brakes and a Bang & Olufsen BeoSound surround system.

Visit the press release area for further info.

Gallery: 2014 Mercedes-Benz SLS AMG GT Final Edition unleashed at Los Angeles Auto Show

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