Prior to this summer, the Mercedes-Benz SLS AMG was already one of the coolest supercars on the planet. The first car designed from the ground up by Mercedes' high-performance arm SLS, the AMG packs a 571-hp V-8 engine into a distinctive gullwing package that really doesn’t look like anything else out there (save perhaps for the classic Mercedes 300SL it was inspired by).
In other words, Mercedes sporty flagship didn't need any updating to make it special. But time and car designs move on, and Mercedes felt it time to deliver some slight but noticeable tweaks to its halo sports car. The 2013 SLS AMG GT is the manifestation of that tweaking. Instead of just offering the GT variant as a package, Mercedes committed to replacing the older SLS AMG so that all buyers benefit from the latest in performance and design.
The Sea to Summit Duo uses several design advantages to deliver a thoughtful mix of light pack weight and comfortable sleeping quarters. Its hybrid single/double-wall construction combines the lightness of a single-wall design with the breezy breathability of a double-wall tent.
The clever people at Timescapes.org produce some of the most stunning video of the natural world and have really redefined time-lapse photography. The trailer of TimeScapes: Rapture above is from the latest film and includes some stunning landscape vs astronomy video footage.