The Mercedes 300 SL Roadster is a two-seat convertible sports car introduced in 1957 as a successor to the Gullwing coupe.
The car was developed to be more comfortable and easier to drive, while still retaining its performance and handling characteristics. It featured a 3.0-liter inline-six engine that produced 222 horsepower and a top speed of 140 mph.
The Roadster had conventional doors, a more comfortable and luxurious interior, and a distinctive design with a long hood and short rear deck. Over its production run, the car underwent several updates and improvements, with the engine being upgraded to produce 250 horsepower and the suspension revised in 1961.
Today, the Mercedes 300 SL Roadster is considered an iconic classic car, known for its combination of performance, luxury, and timeless design.
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