Regarded as one of the best versions of Stuttgart’s supercar, the Mercedes-Benz SLS AMG Final Edition was the swan song of the series with only 350 units built.
Now, one of them is waiting for someone new to sign their name on the dotted line, and to do so, they will have to register for the RMSothebys auction that takes place in London on October 24 and be the winning bidder.
It was shipped new to the Middle East in 2014 and has had only one owner on paper, who saw a relatively easy moneymaking opportunity, so they refrained from driving it. As a result, the odometer reads only 75 km (47 miles), which makes it one of the lowest-mileage examples out there.
The auction house has valued it at £275,000-£325,000 ($338,299-$399,807 /€307,313-€363,189), between £75,000 and £100,000 ($92,263-$123,018 /€83,813-€111,750) more than the official price of the coupe in Great Britain.
Finished in Imola Grey on top of a black interior with quilted leather, Alcantara and white stitching, the German supercar features the optional carbon fiber side mirror caps and the ‘AMG Final Edition – X of 350’ plaque on the center console.
It’s powered by the sonorous 6.3-liter V8 engine developed by AMG, which kicks out 591 PS (583 hp / 435 kW) and 650 Nm (479 lb-ft) of torque. The performance is up there with the finest previous-gen supercars, needing 3.7 seconds to sprint to 100 km/h (62 mph) from a standstill; top speed is electronically limited to 320 km/h (199 mph).