The Mercedes-Benz 300 SLR Uhlenhaut Coupé (W196) is a vehicle free with the season pass. The car was made in 1955 as a car for Rudolf Uhlenhaut, a Mercedes executive best known for the W194 version of the 300SL. The car is a hybrid between the 300SL road car and the 300 SLR race car. Two were believed to be made, but due to Mercedes role in the 1955 Le Mans disaster, their plans to make more were abandoned. The only two known existing cars are on display at the Mercedes corporate museum in Sindelfingen, Germany. The first one built, with a blue interior, is on permanent display. It was Uhlenhaut's personal car, and featured an exhaust silencer. They also own the second one built, with a red interior, which is still driven and has been loaned out to a select few, mostly for magazine reviews. The cars are virtually priceless, as Mercedes have adamantly refused to sell the vehicles.