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As a farewell gift, AMG gave the engine new camshafts, special excavators, more efficient intake traction, longer-lasting crankshaft bearings and a 29-kilogram titanium exhaust system. The powerful V-8 extinguishes barking, spitting and spinning up to 8,000 rpm. All 622 horsepower (from 583 in the SLS GT) are shown at 7400 rpm with a torque of 468 kilos of torque at 5500 rpm. An angry Sprint Cup machine, such as impulses from the four black exhaust heads warns against hearing it hard.
Uhlenhaut’smachine was also a tympanic destroyer; he had to carry a Samsonite-shaped drum, which was pressed on his front fender, probably to prevent Uhlenhaut was deported to the GDR.
Set the transmission control knob to “Start Stroke” and the six-speed dual-clutch transmission is ready to start. With the foot on the brake and accelerator pedal, the engine returns to 3000 rpm and the clutch breaks down when you lift the brake. The weight distribution is so steep that it is almost generous, with a significant value of 54.1% compared to the rear tires. Combined with an electronically controlled differential and sticky rubber, this provides a repeatability of 3.2 seconds from zero to 60 sprints. Keep him buried, and the quarter mile goes in 11.2 seconds at 128 mph, at the same time as a Lamborghini Gallardo.
In a world packed with Hondas and Chevys, this level of power is as out of whack as Uhlenhaut’s coupe was when it ran like a cheetah through herds of Opel Rekords and Ford Anglias. Maybe that’s why Uhlenhaut drove his SLR into the Alps on ski vacations. We drove the Black Series to Ralphs to buy milk. The Dude abides, Rudi. The Dude abides.
Eventually, we did escape the city for the peaks north of Los Angeles. Mountain roads unwind with little effort in the Black Series. Pilot Sport Cup 2 tires that are nearly as plump as those on a Viper support a suspension with widened front and rear tracks. Turn-in grip is staggering, and the rear stays stuck to the road.
The Black has a coil-over suspension that offers no comfort mode for the shocks, only sport and sport plus. It’s brutally stiff either way. We did appreciate the directness of the faux-suede-covered steering wheel, which transmits road texture with little filtering and provides the right amount of effort. We measured 0.98 g of grip on the skidpad and found you can use every bit of that adhesion with confidence. More than doubling the posted speed through corners is almost boring in this car.
Part of the Black Series contract is a body set that brings new sleepers and wings and more carbon than a West Virginia Coal. The placement of the SLS’s long snout makes some adjustments, as this is a large sports car with a small cabin for two that does not allow too much light. Inspired by the SLS GT3 racer, the corners also feature a carbon fibre chin splitter and carbon fibre aircraft that look like a pencil mustache. On the trunk is lowered an adjustable carbon fibre spoiler that hides a fiberglass carbon fibre flap. There is a lighter carbon fibre bonnet and carbon ceramic brakes. The Black Series is not even negligible at 3723 pounds, but it’s 95 pounds lighter than the last SLS AMG tested.
The Rudi Coupe has never been sold to the public, but anyone with $ 276,800 can buy the SLS Black Series. Anyway, a SLS Black will probably never be parked at a Ralphs, but it seems like it’s a must-have for the Pebble Beach turf in 2064.