The Mercedes Benz SL 400 Sport is the latest addition to the SL line of two-seat roadsters. The SL 400 Sport will be equipped with a twin-turbocharged V6 engine that pumps out 333 horsepower, allowing the car to zip from zero to 100 km/h in 5.2 seconds and achieve a top speed of 249 km/h. The vehicle is also environmentally friendly, and meets tighter emission standards than its predecessors.
Like the previous SL model, the SL 400 Sport comes with Magic Vision Control, a set of window washing jets that are built into the windshield wipers and only spray exactly where you want it to, rather than spraying drivers and passengers when the top is down.
The vehicle also has a Frontbass system, meaning its sound system woofers are built right into the car's chassis, allowing for greater resonance.
The Mercedes Benz SL 400 Sport Has Sound Woofers Built into Its Chassis
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