• Mercedes-AMG will produce a restricted variety of SL63 Manufaktur Massive Sur particular editions for 2024.
  • It has Orange Flame Metallic exterior paint and particular inside trim.
  • Manufaktur is Mercedes’ customization program that lets consumers choose a wider vary of exterior and inside colour and trim choices.

Mercedes-AMG has already confirmed {that a} new AMG GT coupe will debut this week at Pebble Seaside, however the SL convertible on which it is based mostly is not being not noted of the festivities totally. This new 2024 SL63 Massive Sur particular version can also be being revealed, full with particular look tweaks meant to spotlight the Manufaktur customization program.

The SL63 Massive Sur is completed in a Manufaktur colour known as Orange Flame Metallic, and this hue can also be discovered within the cabin adorning the middle console and different trim items. This specific shade of orange is supposedly meant to evoke Massive Sur sunsets. Mercedes additionally added an extra AMG emblem, embroidered AMG logos within the flooring mats, and a “Manufaktur” script on the middle console storage compartment lid. The black nappa leather-based upholstery options orange contrasting stitching and a diamond quilted sample.

2024 mercedes amg sl63 manufaktur big sur


There are no mechanical upgrades to the SL63’s 577-hp 4.0-liter twin-turbo V-8 engine, all-wheel-drive system, and nine-speed automated transmission, however the Massive Sur does come totally loaded. Normal tools consists of the front-axle raise system, 21-inch wheels, the Dynamic Plus bundle, the Energetic Trip Management suspension, and the Burmester upgraded sound system.

AMG hasn’t mentioned precisely what number of Massive Sur editions it can construct, and we additionally do not but know the value—however determine someplace round $200,000. And if this colour combo is not precisely to your liking, the 2024 AMG SL will provide three new Manufaktur paint colours and two new inside leather-based choices.

2024 mercedes amg sl63 manufaktur big sur


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Regardless of being raised on a gentle eating regimen of base-model Hondas and Toyotas—or maybe due to it—Joey Capparella nonetheless cultivated an obsession for the automotive trade all through his childhood in Nashville, Tennessee. He discovered a method to write about automobiles for the varsity newspaper throughout his school years at Rice College, which finally led him to maneuver to Ann Arbor, Michigan, for his first skilled auto-writing gig at Car Journal. He has been a part of the Automobile and Driver workforce since 2016 and now lives in New York Metropolis.  



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