- Mercedes-Benz SLC ends 23 year legacy with the Final Edition
- Final edition model of the SLC300 and the AMG SLC43 will arrive in US dealerships in 2020
- Will be available in an iconic yellow colour to pay homage to the original SLK
- Gets distinctive black and chrome trim bits with Final Edition badging and more
German luxury car manufacturer, Mercedes-Benz has announced a Final Edition SLC Roadster (earlier known as the SLK) as a last hurrah after a long stint of 23 years. The popular two-seat soft-top convertible will be available in selenite grey and the iconic yellow colour to pay homage to the original SLK. The final edition model of the SLC300 and the AMG SLC43 will arrive in US dealerships in 2020.
Under the hood, the rear-wheel-drive cars share most of the mechanical details with the hardtop version. The SLC-class currently offers an SLC300 model with a turbocharged 2.0-litre inline-four and an AMG SLC43 version with a twin-turbocharged 3.0-litre V6 engine. To distinguish it from the regular version, the cars will get black and chrome trim bits on the outside along with five-spoke 18-inch AMG wheels. As for the interior, the vehicle will get black and silver leather upholstery with carbon-fibre finishes, Moreover, the vehicles will get Final Edition badges on the fenders and the floor mats, along with special standard features in the form of memory seats and the Airscarf function that blows warm air on the necks of the driver and the passenger.
The 2020 Mercedes-Benz SLC Final Edition is likely to be showcased at the 2019 Geneva Motor Show which is due to held in March. The end of the SLC would also mean that the globally popular luxury car manufacturer is planning on an introducing a next-generation small car for the global market.