Mercedes-Benz AMG has confirmed a successor to the SLS Gullwing and roadster exists, but it has ruled out building a more expensive hypercar to rival the LaFerrari, Porsche 918 and McLaren P1.
Rumours persist that Mercedes-Benz will replace the three-year-old SLS in 2015 with two separate models – a smaller coupe to fill the void between C63 coupe and SLS, and a larger, more expensive hyper-car.
“There are a lot of rumours,” admitted AMG director of vehicle development Tobias Moers (below). “What I can confirm today is that the SLS is not a single-shoot story.
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