2009 Mercedes McLaren SLR Stirling Moss

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2009 Mercedes McLaren SLR Moss

The 2009 McLaren SLR Moss will officially its debut at the Detroit Auto next month, but Mercedes to tease us with these photos of the last of the Mercedes-McLaren Designed with Stirling 1955 300 SLR racer in mind, the SLR Stirling Moss kicks it up a

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Based on the SLR the Stirling Moss features fiber bodywork wrapping an -supplied 650-hp supercharged V8 mated to a five-speed auto. As the SLR722. the Stirling Moss can a top speed of 217 mph and will reach 60 mph in 3.5

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The roofless Stirling features smaller swing-doors a two-piece tonneau cover can cover either the entire or just the passenger side. A air brake, like the one on the Veyron, deploys during hard from speeds above

The 2009 Mercedes McLaren SLR Moss is limited to just 75 The cost of entry into exclusive club will run you north of $1,100,000, putting it a bit out of our price range. We may not be able to it, but we’ll have live for you next month from the Auto Show. Press below


Stuttgart– and McLaren are adding the crowning to the model family of their successful SLR super sports car a new, uncompromisingly spectacular There is neither a roof nor a to separate the driver and passenger the outside world; they unadulterated high-speed excitement all the attributes of a speedster.

The new SLR Stirling is also characterised by the most technology and a breathtaking design reinterprets the SLR legend. With 478 hp the SLR Stirling Moss accelerates its V8 engine from standstill to 100 in less than 3.5 seconds, and has a top of 350 km/h – no other series-production car is at the time so open and so fast. extreme concept makes the new sports car a legitimate bearer of the of the British motor racing and Mille Miglia record-holder Moss, who drove the legendary SLR racing cars from to victory during the 1950s.

The SLR Stirling Moss rounds off the SLR family and is limited to 75 units. It is at 750,000 euros. The SLR Roadster cease to be manufactured at the end of May 2009 as and production of the SLR Stirling Moss commence in June 2009.

Three letters are all it takes to car fans’ hearts beat SLR. In the 1950s the Mercedes-Benz SLR 300 victory after victory. It won the Miglia and the Targa Florio as as the Tourist Trophy. It was driven by the of the time: Juan Manual and Karl Kling – and, and foremost, by the British racing Stirling Moss. At ten hours, minutes and 48 seconds he still the Mille Miglia record.

is why the modern-day version of the legendary SLR the additional words Stirling in its name. As the new SLR Stirling Moss the character of the current SLR models the fascination of the SLR of 1955. The core of both the historical and the present-day SLR include an exciting new design, technology, high-class materials perfect craftsmanship, and, all: a unique driving for all the senses.

Whilst the 300 SLR earned its on racing circuits the world the new member of the SLR family is not designed for the Although it sets new standards in of technology, performance and excitement – like its forebears – it is aimed at who have exquisite requirements and very special dreams.

puristic concept without a or a windscreen

Remaining totally to the specifications of the 300 SLR, the new Silver equipment is extremely sophisticated and yet at the time decidedly spartan, without both a roof and windows. There are just two deflectors a couple of centimetres in to protect the driver and passenger the airflow. Two air scoops integrated the bodywork serve as roll-over With this extreme the new SLR Stirling Moss is visually different from all the other which belong to the elite car class.

Just like the legendary vehicles of yesteryear, the SLR Stirling dazzles with its superlative Accelerating from zero to 100 in less than 3.5 seconds and a top speed of 350 km/h this high-performance sports car denotes new dimensions in open-top driving. And not because of the impressive performance every time drivers to the wheel of the SLR Stirling Moss senses are addressed with a unheard of intensity, conveying a experience in its purest and most form. This automotive thus facilitates the kind of feeling that is utterly for a road-going vehicle.

Exciting reminiscent of the SLR racing cars

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The SLR Moss, its entire bodywork of fine lightweight carbon represents a stand-alone design Whilst the Mercedes-Benz designers working on the body of the new SLR Stirling they were fully every single moment they were creating a with a top speed of 350 km/h. At the time this supreme is highly reminiscent of the SLR racing from the 1950s, whose idiom still never to impress to this day.

The SLR Stirling Moss sports an pronounced arrow-shaped form and is by an elongated bonnet and a compact, rear. As there is no windscreen, the and interior flow smoothly one. The bonnet also from its striking tip right into the interior, giving the body a distinctly sleek Even when standing the sports car radiates such that the observer immediately under its spell.

Further features include two air scoops the driver and passenger. They additional roll-over bars, uniting the traditional and the modern. The are powerfully contoured. Black-painted gills sitting facet-like on the and on the bonnet also cite the A thrilling interplay of light and ensues through the expressive underlining the dynamic overall Exactly as they were on the historical example, the side on the new SLR Stirling Moss are also high. This prompted the decision in favour of folding doors which open

The vehicle can be closed by two tonneau which are carried in the boot. both tonneau covers and the are closed the SLR Stirling Moss a sculpture.

In keeping with the puristic of the vehicle, the interior is also to the bare essentials. Surfaces each other in the instrument and doors make for an exciting and resonate perfectionism. A mixture of authentic materials such as fibre, aluminium and fine-quality sets the style here. An plate carries the engraved of Stirling Moss and covers the around the shift lever.

technology and polished aerodynamic

Developers working on the Stirling were able to fall on a wealth of experience gathered producing the SLR Coupé and Roadster, in where the technical base was with its extravagant carbon-fibre high-performance suspension and throaty V8 The common denominator uniting the Moss with the other of the SLR family is the aerodynamic concept a closed underbody and a diffuser in the bumper for maximum possible at the rear axle – with one the diffuser here is considerably than that on the coupé and

Thanks to the high-precision work out in the wind tunnel, the SLR Stirling always generates sufficient for extremely safe handling. But the can also manually operate the in order to increase the contact further, during particularly driving, for example. The AIRBRAKE is raised during powerful at speeds above 120 km/h, so as to the vehicle even more in situations, thus facilitating possible deceleration.

Limited to 75 units – the SLR models’ glory

The new SLR Stirling Moss is the of high-calibre speedster coveted by the gentry and enthusiasts alike. At the time it is a collector’s item marks the pinnacle of an era and, for the future, at least, the final for the SLR. In May 2009 production of the SLR will cease; only a of 75 units of the Stirling Moss be manufactured between June and 2009, bearing chassis from 1 to 75. Not only does exclusive vehicle represent the of the current SLR family; it also as a very special thank you to the loyal of SLR customers, for they are the ones able to acquire a Moss.

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Slr Mclaren stirling moss roof
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