Mercedes-Benz Revealed Its New SLC RedArt Edition and Designo Edition On Its Two Roadster Models

Feb 10, 2017 07:30 AM EST | Carl Anthony Teves

After redesigning the SL and SLC, famous automaker, Mercedes-Benz, is now offering a new extraordinary version of these cars. The Mercedes-Benz SLC RedArt Edition and SL designo Edition are now accessible to order in Europe, and both Roadster Editions will go on sale starting 6th of February, while market launch is said to be in April.

Mercedes-Benz SLC RedArt Edition is offered for the SLC 180, SLC 200, SLC 250d, SLC 300 and SLC 43 AMG models. Eight various exterior paint choices are provided to clients including designo selenite dark magno and designo iridium silver magno.

As the name suggests, the red accents describe the RedArt Edition and can be found on the front splitter, side air vents, wheels and the rear diffuser. Inside, the special-edition car also incorporates black calfskin seats with silver Pearl Nappa inserts and red contrast stitching. The car's steering wheel additionally includes carbon-embossed leather inserts while the AMG E-SELECT control lever is done in fine Nappa leather with a decorated AMG logo.

On the other hand, the SL designo Edition concentrates more on luxury. Thus, it comes painted in Brilliant Blue as standard and sits on an arrangement of 10-spoke AMG fashioned wheels. There are likewise designo Edition badges over the exterior.

The SL designo Edition's interior is fitted with a white Nappa leather, white safety belts and a black and white leather calfskin steering wheel. The car is also equipped with an Active Multicontour Seat Package, Driving Assistance Package with Steering Pilot, Active Blind Sport Assist, Active Brake Assist and Active Lane Keeping Assist all come standard. The SL designo Edition is available for the SL 500 and SL 400 models.

Furthermore, price tags for the RedArt will range from $41,500 on the SLC 180 to $66,500 for the Mercedes-Benz SLC 43 RedArt Edition version. The SL designo Edition is priced at $146,000. Mercedes said that special edition models would also be offered in the US, but pricing has not yet been revealed for this market.

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