Once again we caught up with the convertible version of Mercedes’ SLS supercar and it seems like they're slowly removing the camouflage and exposing more and more of the lights, grille and air intakes. And unlike the coupe’s gullwing doors, the convertible will have a more traditional entry, as well as an SLR-like powered soft-top. Time-wise, we’re not expecting this version of the SLS to be launched for nearly one-and-a-half years, but we’re expecting a lot more images within these next 18 months or so.
Mercedes SLS Cabrio
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