2002 Mercedes Benz Slk32 Amg
Mercedes-Benz SLK32 AMG
In 2001 a new AMG manakin was added to the SLK stove, with a 349 hp (260 kW) charged edition of the 3.2 L V6. The SLK32 AMG was the most powerful R170 SLK, and was a direct rival of the BMW M Roadster and Porsche Boxster S. It was only offered with the newly engineered five-gear “SpeedShift” and boasted 35% quicker automatic shifts. All engines were hand built by AMG by an individual engineer. The SLK32 AMG’s engine has two spark plugs per cylinder for maximum combustion and was fitted with an intercooled Lysholm-type “twin-screw” supercharger. Brakes became 13.15″ diameter from 11.8″ standard.
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