Over its production run, the series saw several design changes, such as, digital odometer was introduced in 1994, and the automatic-triggered rain brush in 1995. In compliance with German law, all SL models were electronically limited to a top speed of 155 mph (250 km/h).
Need for Speed II
- "bnzme" in the PlayStation release.
- "mercedes" in the PC release.
- "go26" in the Special Edition.
Need for Speed III: Hot Pursuit
Need for Speed: High Stakes
The SL 500 appears as a traffic vehicle in Need for Speed: High Stakes. It has similar model to the previous games, although it appears in unlicensed form, with slightly altered textures.
Need for Speed: Porsche Unleashed
The SL 500 appears as a traffic vehicle in Need for Speed: Porsche Unleashed. It has similar model to the previous games, although it appears in unlicensed form, with slightly altered textures.
|Need for Speed II - Vehicles|
|Class C||Ferrari 355 F1* · Ford Mustang Mach III* · Italdesign Calà · Lotus Esprit V8|
|Class B||Ford Indigo · Italdesign Nazca C2* · Jaguar XJ220 · Isdera Commendatore 112i|
|Class A||Ferrari F50 · Ford GT90 · Lotus Elise GT1 · McLaren F1|
|Bonus||Bomber BFS* · FZR 2000* · Tombstone*|
|Traffic||Audi 100 quattro · BMW 5 Series (E34) · Citroën 2CV · GMC B-Series School Bus · Jeep Comanche · Jeep Wrangler · Kenworth T-600 Semi Truck · Lincoln Town Car Stretch Limousine · Mazda MX-5 (NA) · Mercedes SL 500 · Mercedes Unimog · Toyota Land Cruiser · Volkswagen 1600 Fastback · Volkswagen Bug · Volkswagen Type 2 (T3) · Volvo 850|
|Secret||Crate · Log · Monolithic Studios Bus · News Stand · Rock · Tram · T-Rex|
|*Special Edition exclusive|