While we await the full unveiling of the new, facelifted Mercedes-Benz SL, five new promotional videos that completely undress the roadster have popped up online. Set to make its public debut at the coming LA Auto Show, here is yet another look at the new SL.

As spied, teased and leaked before, the facelifted SL has been treated to a minor makeover, largely consisting of updates to the front-end of the vehicle, as well as a few minor changes inside.

The most significantly revised portion of the car surrounds the inclusion of a new diamond radiator grille — a signature piece from the Mercedes-Benz brand, with a centralised Three-Pointed Star. New, sleeker LED headlamps are also featured, along with redesigned tail lights which show new internal graphics.

The front bumper has also been redesigned to incorporate larger air intakes, while the traditionally long bonnet of the SL appears to be a lot more shapely here than it was on its predecessor.

Changes are minimal inside the car as well, with a new three-spoke multifunction steering wheel being the most obvious change. And just like we’ve seen on other recent Mercedes-Benz facelifted models, the switchgear on the dashboard has been redesigned to incorporate sleeker, flattened buttons.

The revealing videos show just two variants of the new SL, being the SL 500 and the AMG SL 63. The former is powered by a 455 hp/700 Nm of torque 4.7 litre V8 biturbo engine, while the SL 63 gets a 585 hp/900 Nm of torque 5.5 litre V8 biturbo engine.

A base SL 400 variant powered by a 367 hp/500 Nm 3.0 litre V6 is expected to slot in beneath the S 500, with a range-topping V12-powered AMG SL 65 also on the cards, delivering 630 hp and 1,000 Nm of torque.

More details and photos will be available once Mercedes-Benz fully reveals the car later today. For now, do check out the videos below and tell us what you think about the new Mercedes-Benz SL.

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