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First Look: The Mercedes-Benz SLC Final Edition

The special edition comes with a generous specification as standard including 18-inch five-spoke alloy wheels; Airscarf; Night package; heated seats; rain-sensing wipers; smartphone integration – including Apple CarPlay and Android Auto; Garmin satellite navigation; Parktronic; Memory package – including electrically adjustable seats and steering column; and Harmon Kardon sound system (AMG 43 only). In reminiscence of this world premiere the Final Edition of the SLC is available in the exclusive paint finish sun yellow.

The Mercedes-Benz SLC Final Edition is now on sale, with prices starting from £37,120 for the SLC 200 Final Edition and £40,916 for the SLC 200 Final Edition Premium. The AMG SLC 43 Final Edition starts at £49,855.

For an additional £3,795, the Final Edition Premium adds a reversing camera; Comand Online infotainment system; Mirror package; panoramic roof; LED Intelligent Light System; and a wind deflector.

Three petrol engines are available from launch. The SLC 200 and SLC 300 both feature a turbocharged 2.0-liter four-cylinder engine, capable of producing 184 hp and 300 Nm or 245 hp and 370 Nm in the SLC 300.

The SLC 200 delivers between 37.2 and 40.4 combined mpg (WLTP) and emits 161 g/km of CO2 (NEDC) (automatic: 35.3 to 37.2 mpg and 153 g/km). The SLC 300 can achieve between 35.3 and 37.2 mpg and 161 g/km.

The range-topping AMG 43 uses a biturbo 3.0-liter V6 petrol engine which generates 390 hp and 520 Nm of torque. It delivers between 31.7 and 32.5 mpg and 185 g/km of CO2. It can sprint from 0 to 62 mph in 4.7 seconds and has an electronically limited top speed of 155 mph.

The SLC 200 comes as standard with a six-speed manual gearbox, while the 9G-TRONIC automatic transmission is optionally available. The SLC 300 and AMG 43 comes as standard with the 9G-TRONIC gearbox.

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First Look: The Audi e-tron Sportback 55 quattro

A new dawn is breaking for Audi as the brand begins to embrace electrification on a grand scale, and with energizing Californian sunshine as a very appropriate backdrop the new Audi e-tron Sportback launches today to mark the next step in its ambitious BEV and PHEV launch program. Unveiled at the 2019 LA Auto Show, the second Audi BEV will be available in the UK from early 2020, and alongside its e-tron sister car will spearhead the roll-out of a fully electric e-tron portfolio that will be at least 20 models strong by 2025.

The dynamic new SUV coupé offers up to 300 kW of power, a WLTP range of up to 240 miles in UK specification form and a wealth of advanced technology, including digital matrix LED headlights which are available for the first time in a series-production vehicle. The sleek and even more aerodynamically efficient new alternative to the more classically styled e-tron is set to open for ordering in the UK early in 2020 ahead of first deliveries in the second quarter of the year.

The Audi e-tron Sportback, which is being built in the CO2-neutral plant in Brussels, will reach its first UK customers in the second quarter of 2020. To mark the launch, Audi will offer a limited run “edition one” version finished in plasma blue and taking the S line model as its basis

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