Mercedes-Benz’s SL collection represents the sum of all the brand’s knowledge in cars. Ever since the first SL in 1952 or the Pagode designed by Paul Bracq, the high-end cabriolet has always been the star of the… Star. To perpetuate its lineage, the manufacturer asked Bruno Sacco to develop an original design, respectful and inexorable. The beauty in question is equipped with a 32-valve V8 engine pushing 326 horsepower on a rear-wheel drive system. The speed is autolimited to 250 km/h, and a start-stop race of 1km can be cleared in 26 seconds. The price is naturally as impressive as its mythic status.