New SLS: Which for a Sports Car!

Edward Niedermeyer
by Edward Niedermeyer

Oh, that is it. This sight meets with full force. Sparkling like a ruby the red SLS is located in the soft sunlight. Which for a sports car! Which for a Mercedes! Its form is sin, without each exaggeration: It makes speechless. Thus only times completely deeply get air and…

Autobild, via the miracle of Babelfish translation. This helps explain why we don’t typically think of German as an especially lyrical language . . . But, hey, at least someone’s excited about the SLS.

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  • Meefer Meefer on Sep 09, 2009

    After the Alfa 8C (by a lot), maybe the Granturismo (by a little).

  • Redwood Redwood on Sep 10, 2009

    I don't think it's beautiful, but it's cool. I would rather see round headlights. I think BMW did the retro take off of an old model better with the Z8.

  • Spike_in_Brisbane Spike_in_Brisbane on Sep 10, 2009

    I never thought that Mercedes would stoop to doing a retro car. It must be great for period movie makers. One of these, a mini, a Fiat Bambino, a Camaro and a Challenger and it could be anything from 1950 to 1970.

  • Chuck Goolsbee Chuck Goolsbee on Sep 10, 2009

    You are better off buying an original 300sl. It's value will only increase, and it's likely more fun to drive. --chuck