Mercedes Benz AMG SLS Black Series apparently on the dyno!

# Mercedes-Benz SLS AMG Black Series specs

Price in Europe | €249,900 - €259,777 |

Car type | Coupe |

Curb weight | 1550-1689 kg (3417-3724 lbs) |

Introduced | 2013 |

Origin country | Germany |

Gas mileage | 24.9-12.5 l/100 km (9-19 mpg US / 11-23 mpg UK) |

CO_{2} emissions |
326 g/km |

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Submitted by | DeDe |

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Lap times

### Acceleration (mph)

0 - 30 mph | 1.4 s |

0 - 40 mph | 1.9 s |

0 - 50 mph | 2.5 s |

0 - 60 mph | 3.2 s |

0 - 70 mph | 3.9 s |

0 - 80 mph | 4.8 s |

0 - 90 mph | 5.8 s |

0 - 100 mph | 7.0 s |

0 - 110 mph | 8.3 s |

0 - 120 mph | 9.8 s |

0 - 130 mph | 11.6 s |

0 - 140 mph | 13.7 s |

0 - 150 mph | 16.4 s |

0 - 160 mph | 19.6 s |

Est. 1/8 mile | 8.0 s @ 105.0 mph |

1/4 mile | 11.1 s @ 129.8 mph |

Est. 1/2 mile | 18.8 s @ 156.0 mph |

Est. 1 mile | 30.5 s @ 177.1 mph |

### Acceleration (kph)

0 - 40 kph | 1.3 s |

0 - 50 kph | 1.7 s |

0 - 60 kph | 2.1 s |

0 - 80 kph | 2.5 s |

0 - 100 kph | 3.6 s |

0 - 120 kph | 4.8 s |

0 - 130 kph | 4.8 s |

0 - 140 kph | 6.0 s |

0 - 160 kph | 7.5 s |

0 - 180 kph | 8.5 s |

0 - 200 kph | 10.1 s |

Est. 1000 m | 21.9 s @ 264.0 kph |

### General performance

Top speed | 315 kph (196 mph) |

Est. 0 - 100 mph - 0 | 11.1 s @ 764 ft |

Est. max acceleration | 0.83 g (8 m/s²) |

18m slalom | 72.4 kph (45.0 mph) |

36m slalom | 137.0 kph (85.1 mph) |

Lateral acceleration | 1.11 g (11 m/s²) |

Downforce @ 200 kph | -4 kg (-9 lbs) |

### Powertrain specs

Engine type | V8 |

Displacement | 6.2 l (379 ci / 6208 cc) |

Power | 631 ps (622 bhp / 464 kw) @ 7400 rpm |

Torque | 635 Nm (468 lb-ft) @ 5500 rpm |

Power / liter | 102 ps (100 hp) |

Power / weight | 385 ps (380 bhp) / t |

Torque / weight | 387 Nm (286 lb-ft) / t |

Efficiency | 35 PS per l/100 km |

Power / €5000 | 12 ps |

Transmission | 7-speed-MCT |

Layout | front engine, rear wheel drive |

### Braking distance

100 kph - 0 | 31 m (103 ft) |

190 kph - 0 | 120 m (394 ft) |

200 kph - 0 | 123 m (404 ft) |

60 mph - 0 | 30 m (100 ft) |

70 mph - 0 | 46 m (151 ft) |

### Rolling acceleration

80 - 120 kph (4) | 2.9 s |

80 - 120 kph (5) | 3.9 s |

80 - 120 kph (6) | 5.3 s |

80 - 120 kph (7) | 6.5 s |

80 - 160 kph (4) | 5.7 s |

80 - 160 kph (5) | 7.5 s |

80 - 160 kph (6) | 10.4 s |

80 - 160 kph (7) | 13.1 s |

Est. 100 - 140 kph | 2.5 s |

Est. 100 - 200 kph | 7.3 s |

### Interior noise

Noise @ idle | 57 dB |

Noise @ 80 kph | 73 dB |

Noise @ 100 kph | 79 dB |

Noise @ 130 kph | 82 dB |

Noise @ 160 kph | 83 dB |

Noise @ 180 kph | 84 dB |

### SLS AMG Black Series competition

Inline 6 rules 6y ago

0-120 km/h: 4.5 s

0-140: 5.6 s

https://www.flickr.com/photos/dedethecollector/9443115308/

FastestLaps 8y ago

fakekiller, 180 kph is 112 mph, so 110 mph times are too optimistic and should not be added as 180 kph times.

The allowed substitution are:

0-50 mph as 0-80 kph, as 80 kph equals:49.709 mph and 50 mph is actually more than the kph equivalent.

I am not going to delete all the 0-130, 0-180 and 0-50 kph times based on mph tests, which are already added.

But I suggest not to add them in future. Lets be more precise! There are plenty of European tests with plenty of accurate 130, 180, 50 etc times which are yet to be added!

A.Z 10y ago

Zero to 60 mph: 3.2 sec

Zero to 100 mph: 7.0 sec

Zero to 160 mph: 19.6 sec

Roling start, 5-60 mph: 3.6 sec

Standing ¼-mile: 11.2 sec @ 128 mph

http://www.caranddriver.com/reviews/2014-mercedes-benz-sls-amg-black-series-test-review

BR2+ 10y ago

Somewhat, But no.

Lets just say I work for a company that, Offers clients who can afford them, certain benefits, And its My job to show the clients who are interested, a "Good" time, That way they do business with us. And a lot of them are EXTREMELY paid, That's one of the reasons I get to enjoy some of these rather expensive cars. You don't se these people rolling up in Kia Rios.. But id rather not go into full detail about what I do.

racerns 10y ago

My friend did 10.4 @ 132 in a stock Black Series at a dragstrip on original tires. Unfortunately, no video. :(

While I know full well that drag strips improve traction, I have a hard time believing that one. You realize to get that type of ET with that trap speed he would of had to pull a 1.5X 60 foot time, which is unheard of on a regular street tire.

saxy 10y ago

I have heart that 997 Turbo has for real about 545 hp, 997 Turbo S about 580 hp. How much has 991 Turbo S ? I think about 620 hp.

If any Porsche turbo had nearly 600hp with AWD PDK launch, it would hit 200kph under 9seconds. For now, it still takes 10 seconds, so no chance. A Ferrari 458 with 570hp, with a much slower 0-100kph time (down nearly 1/2 a second) gets to 200kph under 10 seconds. The Porsche has a ton of torque but it's certainly not overachieving its power figures really.

dddd 10y ago

I have heart that 997 Turbo has for real about 545 hp, 997 Turbo S about 580 hp. How much has 991 Turbo S ? I think about 620 hp.

Ofcourse im not satisfied with F12's result. F12 should have much better 1 km time. 18,8-19,2s. I heart that factory claim is less than 19s with over 290 km/h. That would be sensational. Autocar's result is absolutly decent.

I also heart that Ferrari will make some improvements in F12. It definitely needs more power. We will see. F12's performance definitely dont meet fans expectations.

dddd 10y ago

Now it is pretty obvious that 991 Turbo S has for real much more than 560 hp. SLS Black Series has 630 HP. There is no way in hell that 560 hp AWD car that is heavier has the same 1km trap speed like 631 HP RWD car.

SLS Black Series is a monster.

Imo 991 Turbo S has for real about 600-630 hp.