Mercedes has revealed a special final editions roadsters to say goodbye to the Mercedes SLC .First unveiled 23 years ago with the SLK nameplate before being renamed the SLC ,the retractable special trim package is offered on both the four-cylinder SLC300 and V-6 AMG SLC43 versions of the droptop.
The SLC300 Final Edition comes in Selenite Grey with the AMG Line package, sportier bumpers, lowered suspension and upgraded brakes.
Inside , it features two-tone black and silver Nappa leather with grey topstitching and seatbelts, sport seats with carbon-look inserts, a flat-bottom steering wheel, and bright aluminum trim.
The SLC300 comes with a 2.0-liter turbo four rated at 241 horsepower, sending it to 60 mph in 5.8 seconds.
The Mercedes-AMG SLC43 version is painted in Sun Yellow, a nod to the Yellowstone color that appeared on the first SLK (as the model line was initially known) back in 1996.
The bright paint job contrasts with the glossy black exterior trim, riding on matte-black 18-inch alloys with yellow rims, with an interior treatment similar to the SLC300’s
It comes with a 3.0-liter twin-turbo V6 engine that gives 385 hp and a zero to 60mph in 4.6-second.
The current generation of the SLC codenamed R172 has been on sale globally since 2011.