Mercedes-AMG is set to unveil the world’s first all-electric sports car at the Paris auto shows.
The new supercar will be a successor to the recently unveiled, but somewhat dated, SLS supercar, which was released in March 2019.
The new super car will be called the SLS-Class, and will have an all-wheel drive system and a five-door body style, as well as a rear seat layout.
The company has said it plans to unveil a production version of the SLC supercar this year, but the model is expected to be significantly smaller than the current SLS sedan and SLC coupe.
Mercedes-AMP has said that it is aiming to sell 200,000 SLSs per year, although production of the new sports car is expected in 2018.
It’s unclear whether Mercedes- AMG plans to offer a full-size SLS sports car.
The company has previously said that production of its SLS sporty sedan will be discontinued at the end of 2020, while its super coupe will not be offered at this year’s show.