The Mercedes SLK AMG has dropped most of its cammo by now and is doing some quick laps around the Nürburgring to finalise its suspension geometry.
Only thing still really camoflaged is the front bumper with its aggressive looks and the diffuser in the rear bumper.
Power is expected to come from a 5.5 liter V8 delivering some 400-450 horsepower and expected to Debut at frankfurt later this year.
The next generation Mercedes SLK has revealed more of its camouflage to reveal more design hints from the current flagship SLS.
The entry level model should recieve a v6 with about 240PS, And a sportier 300 horsepower 3.5 liter unit.
A turbocharged four-cylinder engine is likely to be dropped due to emision standards.
Rumours suggest AMG’s new 5.5L turbocharged unit is the likely candidate for the high-performance model.