There aren’t that many things that can turn grown men into an excited bunch of giggling, drooling boys, but a stupendously designed car can still make them whistle louder than a boiling pot of tea.
Mercedes-Benz, in collaboration with Formula One, has been producing the SLR supercar for a few years now, but with the end of its production due in some time, Mercedes-Benz is going for the big finish. They are celebrating the end of this regime with a special edition SLR Stirling Moss. Named after the Brit driver who won the Mille Miglia in 1955, the SLR Stirling Moss will also be styled after the original 300 SLR that Moss was driving in the race. The Stirling Moss is set to impress with 650hp and powered by its V8 engine it can hit 0-100km in 3.5 seconds flat. With a top speed of 350kmph, the car may be built to disappear in the blink of an eye but you would still cruise by slowly in this baby to show off its sleek and polished curves.
Mercedes-Benz intends to build on 75 of these beauties before the line shuts down permanently, so make haste and cough up the €750,000 you need to buy one of it.