The 1990s brought a new era of design for the entire line up at Mercedes-Benz. The traditional squared lines and chrome trim were were replaced by a more modern sports car shape with color-keyed bumpers, mirrors, and body side moldings. The exterior presented much cleaner design. The convertible SL Class, the R129 models, remained popular, the new 6.0L V12 engine was added to the lineup in 1993 which offered 389 horsepower and 420 lb. ft. of torque, paired to a 5-speed automatic transmission. The port package adds a unique two-toned leather interior, AMG suspension and wheels.