Mercedes-AMG revealed today the interior of its upcoming SL roadster, complete with a new 2+2 seating configuration and a totally revamped dash layout. Inspired by the legendary 300 SL, the streamlined cabin has forgone most of its buttons in favor of an adjustable portrait-oriented touchscreen paired to a fully digital gauge cluster.
The 2022 Mercedes-AMG SL will be the first SL roadster since 1989 to have back seats, according to the company. Judging by official photos released alongside the announcement, the back row looks just about as comfortable and accommodating as anything else in its class (that is to say, not very comfortable or accommodating). But having rear seats is super-helpful if you’re in a pinch, and can be useful even if you’re not transporting people (Mercedes uses a golf bag as an example). When the seats aren’t in use, you can mount a wind deflector in place to minimize cabin buffeting. For the full story, check out this article from Road & Track.