Mercedes-AMG SL 43 Tech is Derived from F1 Race Cars

Mercedes-Benz just unveiled its new convertible, the Mercedes-AMG SL 43. The seventh-era SL offers large general performance, extra superior tech, and a new degree of satisfaction when driving. Nevertheless, purists have recently reacted to the decision of the German automaker to skip the 6- and 8-pot engines in favor of a turbocharged 4-cylinder in this certain product.

The AMG SL43 is the entry-level edition of its selection. Beneath the hood of the auto lies a measly 2.-liter four-cylinder motor, but really do not permit that idiot you since the integration of a turbocharger with a delicate-hybrid 48-volt electric motor enables it to deliver up to 376 hp and 479 Nm of torque. All that energy is dispersed by means of a nine-speed computerized transmission, which in flip allows the convertible top at 275 km/h and accelerate from to 100 km/h in just 4.9 seconds.

In accordance to Mercedes, the technology made use of in the AMG SL 63’s motor was derived from its F1 cars. It generally adds a 1.5-inch large electric powered motor to the turboshaft of the automobile to increase its output. Quoting the automaker, the configuration ‘significantly improves rapid reaction from idle pace and across the full motor pace range’. That indicates even if the driver lifts his/her foot off the accelerator, the strengthen stress is however taken care of by the turbo.

“The electrical exhaust fuel turbocharger is a fascinating instance of the intensive transfer between Components 1 technologies and the advancement of output motor vehicles,” Mercedes chief specialized officer Jochen Hermann said.

In addition to the electric power improve, the know-how transferred from Mercedes F1 vehicles promises to deliver an increased driving encounter to the sassy SL.