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Archive for the ‘Mercedes AMG GT’ Category

PostHeaderIcon Mercedes-AMG GT S by Creative Bespoke & ADV1 Wheels

As far as Mercedes-AMG GT goes, the S version may be the optimal one. Its power level doesn’t start with the number four, but with five, and it does come with a bit more gear from the get-go compared to the entry-level AMG GT. No wonder, then, that it is one of the most popular options for tuning companies. Creative Bespoke from the U.S. included. They revealed their own tuning take on the Mercedes-AMG GT S, and it is rad, mad, and powerful.

PostHeaderIcon Mercedes-AMG GT S by Creative Bespoke & ADV1 Wheels

As far as Mercedes-AMG GT goes, the S version may be the optimal one. Its power level doesn’t start with the number four, but with five, and it does come with a bit more gear from the get-go compared to the entry-level AMG GT. No wonder, then, that it is one of the most popular options for tuning companies. Creative Bespoke from the U.S. included. They revealed their own tuning take on the Mercedes-AMG GT S, and it is rad, mad, and powerful.

PostHeaderIcon Mercedes-AMG GT S by Creative Bespoke & ADV1 Wheels

As far as Mercedes-AMG GT goes, the S version may be the optimal one. Its power level doesn’t start with the number four, but with five, and it does come with a bit more gear from the get-go compared to the entry-level AMG GT. No wonder, then, that it is one of the most popular options for tuning companies. Creative Bespoke from the U.S. included. They revealed their own tuning take on the Mercedes-AMG GT S, and it is rad, mad, and powerful.

PostHeaderIcon Mercedes-AMG GT S PD700 GTR By Prior Design

Ever since Mercedes-AMG revealed the GT, Prior Design has been in a constant state of innovation trying to better an already exceptional machine. Numerous Prior Design body-kits and additions found their way onto the sexy body of the AMG GT with the last one revealed only days ago. Called the PD700 GTR, one would think that Prior Design worked on the engine and uprated the 4.0-liter, V-8 to 700 horsepower, however, they did not disclose any information confirming this. Considering the fact that Prior gave similar names to a number of its body-kits and they did not actually uprate the power of the engine, I will say that this cool widebody monster uses the same 522 horsepower, 4.0-liter as the stock car. Nothing wrong there.

PostHeaderIcon Mercedes-AMG GT S PD700 GTR By Prior Design

Ever since Mercedes-AMG revealed the GT, Prior Design has been in a constant state of innovation trying to better an already exceptional machine. Numerous Prior Design body-kits and additions found their way onto the sexy body of the AMG GT with the last one revealed only days ago. Called the PD700 GTR, one would think that Prior Design worked on the engine and uprated the 4.0-liter, V-8 to 700 horsepower, however, they did not disclose any information confirming this. Considering the fact that Prior gave similar names to a number of its body-kits and they did not actually uprate the power of the engine, I will say that this cool widebody monster uses the same 522 horsepower, 4.0-liter as the stock car. Nothing wrong there.

PostHeaderIcon Mid-Year Review: The 6 Most Important Cars of 2018

Apart from really important SUV debuts, the first six months of 2018 saw the introduction of some astonishing cars as well. We had it all, from electric supercars to coupe-like performance sedans and standard, but revolutionary sedans.

This year is seeing a smart shift in car development thinking. Obviously, companies have to reinvent their business model and offer the world something unique. This led to the introduction of the new BMW 8 Series Coupe, the fantastic Volvo S60 which you don’t have to buy but subscribe to it as you do with Netflix, and the super fast luxury GT that’s as mad as the 812 Superfast – the DBS Superleggera. Then there is the Rimac C_Two – a car that basically showcases the growth of a young car company. Thanks to technology wonders, we can basically watch the company development live. And, the Rimac C_Two was their Rumble in the Jungle moment. These are this year’s six most thrilling debuts so far.

PostHeaderIcon Mercedes-AMG GT S Roadster

Unveiled in 2014 as a spiritual successor for the SLS AMG and a competitor for the Porsche 911, the Mercedes-AMG GT has already spawned a number of different versions and even received a facelift in 2017. Come 2018, and the AMG GT family expanded yet again with the addition of the AMG GT S Roadster. The third roadster in the lineup, the GT S Roadster is also the ninth member of the two-door GT family, joining four coupes and two race-spec models. With Mercedes-Benz having also launched three four-door model in 2018, the AMG GT family now includes no fewer than 12 cars!

Much like in the coupe range, the AMG GT S Roadster slots above the AMG GT and below the GT C Roadster. The latter is very similar to the GT R coupe, but with a slightly less powerful engine. Much like the hard-top model, the GT S Roadster has a sportier drivetrain and also benefits from the facelift that added 15 horsepower and ten pound-feet of torque to the GT S coupe in 2017. Granted, the AMG-GT S Roadster is far from new, but it enables Mercedes-Benz to provide its customers with a choice of three open-top two-seaters.

Continue reading to learn more about the Mercedes-AMG GT S Roadster.

PostHeaderIcon Video of the Day: Watch the 6×6 Devel Sixty Devour a Mercedes-AMG GT S and a Mercedes G-Wagon

In one lane we have the 2018 Devel Sixty, and in the other, the Mercedes-AMG GT S. The Sixty delivers 720 horsepower and 737 pound-feet of torque from a 6.7-liter turbodiesel while the GT S delivers a cool 503 horsepower and 479 pound-feet of torque. It’s a tough showdown on paper considering the three-axle Sixty is worlds heavier than the GT but what happens when they actually lineup next to each other? Well, let’s just say that the GT S limps home with a tear in its eye. Oh, and for the record, it was a bad day for Mercedes as the G-Wagon also had a go at the Sixty and it didn’t stand a chance either. With that in mind, go ahead and check out the video below

PostHeaderIcon Mercedes AMG GT 4-Door – Edition 1

The AMG GT 4-Door Coupe may be little more than a slightly revised Mercedes CLS with some extra power, but it’s been received pretty well across the board and is considered a stand-alone AMG model. With all of the hype surrounding the car and AMG fanboys begging Mercedes to take their money, it should come as no surprise that AMG is set to offer the 4-Door in Edition 1 trim. It’s said to offer extra individualization and is based on the GT 63 S 4Matic+ — the range topper of the 4-Door lineup. It includes a number of aerodynamic enhancements to go with some exterior extras and some finer interior appointments. So, let’s find out what the Edition 1 is all about.

PostHeaderIcon Mercedes AMG GT 4-Door – Edition 1

The AMG GT 4-Door Coupe may be little more than a slightly revised Mercedes CLS with some extra power, but it’s been received pretty well across the board and is considered a stand-alone AMG model. With all of the hype surrounding the car and AMG fanboys begging Mercedes to take their money, it should come as no surprise that AMG is set to offer the 4-Door in Edition 1 trim. It’s said to offer extra individualization and is based on the GT 63 S 4Matic+ — the range topper of the 4-Door lineup. It includes a number of aerodynamic enhancements to go with some exterior extras and some finer interior appointments. So, let’s find out what the Edition 1 is all about.

PostHeaderIcon Video of the Day: Shmee150 Discusses What it Really Costs to Daily Drive a Supercar

Most people never get the chance to get behind the wheel of a car like the Mercedes-AMG GT R the Porsche 911 GT3, or the Ferrari 812 Superfast, let alone drive one on a daily basis. That means that it’s hard for us to understand or comprehend the outright cost of daily driving one of these works of art. Even doing something like buying new tires can set you back the cost of a Honda Civic and you better hope you don’t get a ding or a scratch in the paint because you’re going to pony up big time to make it look right again. Even simple things like oil changes and filter changes cost fast in excess of what you and I are actually used to. With that in mind, take a look at the video below and listen to what Shmee has to say about his experience with daily driving high-end cars like the AMG GT R and 911 GT3. It will certainly put things into perspective for you!

PostHeaderIcon Will Mercedes-AMG Take on the Porsche Cayman with a Stand-Alone Compact Sports Car?

Mercedes-AMG has stepped into something big with the release of the AMG GT. After all, that car has spawned a handful of different models including the most recent GT 4-door Coupe. Now, it looks like Mercedes may have the Porsche Cayman in its sights, and it’ll take it on with a stand-alone small sports car.

PostHeaderIcon Mercedes-AMG Refuses to Build a Black Series SUV; Says No to a Black Series AMG C63 Too

 The Mercedes-AMG GT is getting a faster, meaner Black Series version.

Mercedes-AMG’s Black Series Moniker has been traditionally reserved for two-door cars, and Tobias Moers – the man in charge of AMG – has finally admitted that there will be no SUV bearing the Black Series name. Praise the Lord and pass the biscuits, we say, but with that in mind, there’s also some bad news as well. Now that the AMG GT is here to reign supreme, AMG won’t be making another Black Series edition of the C63 Coupe either.

PostHeaderIcon Mercedes-AMG GT R Formula 1 Safety Car

Developed as a replacement for the iconic SLS AMG, the Mercedes-AMG GT has been around since 2014 and has already made a name for itself on the sports car market. Already available in a variety of versions and body styles, the AMG GT also made its debut on the race track, being offered in both GT3 and GT4 specifications. Starting in 2015, it also became the official Safety Car of the Formula One championship, being used in AMG GT S guise for three seasons. Come 2018, and the FIA upgraded its safety vehicle to AMG GT R specs, thus employing the range-topping model to lead the pack.

The 11th Mercedes-Benz vehicle to pace Formula One since 1996, the AMG GT R is also the most powerful safety car in Formula One history. The AMG GT R takes over from the AMG GT S, which was used since 2015, and joins a long list of AMG vehicles that were used over the last 23 years, including the SLS AMG, SL63 AMG, SLK55 AMG, CL55 AMG, and the C63 AMG. The AMG GT R Safety Car made its debut at the Australian Grand Prix on March 25 and will be used throughout the 2018 season, which ends on November 25.

Continue reading to learn more about the Mercedes-AMG GT R Formula 1 Safety Car.

PostHeaderIcon Pops’ Rants: Lazy Car Design Auto Show Edition

Oh wow, the 2018 Geneva Motor Show was so much fun. So many concept cars that won’t make it into production, so many supercars that we can’t buy. Scratch that, and we’re left with the Toyota Aygo, Peugeot 508, Volvo V60, Toyota Yaris, and some special-edition models that aren’t all that special. Oh wait, this year’s show was also about quite a few good examples of laziness in the design department. Nissan takes the cake with two different cars, but Mercedes-Benz also made the list with its latest performance car.

Nothing New to Display? Refurbish!


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“Bored much, Nissan? Maybe you should work on that production model instead”

That’s exactly what Nissan did. Remember the cool IMx concept, that is supposed to become a competitor for the Tesla Model X at some point? Well, it’s not there yet, but Nissan thought it was a good idea to repaint it, change the name, and show it off in Geneva as a European debut. It’s gray instead of white, it has black wheels, and a body-colored nose. That’s it! But now it’s called the Kuro. It means “black” in Japanese, and it’s indeed appropriate to describe the darker appearance of the IMx, but come on, what was wrong with just showing the white concept in Geneva? Bored much, Nissan? Maybe you should work on that production model instead.

The brand also thought it’s a good idea to give the Juke a few new paint options and a new sound system. Sure, it’s not a bad idea, but the Juke is like seven freaking years old. Just launch the second-generation model already! Or at least give us a more comprehensive update. Or you could do what automakers do when they don’t have anything new to show: stay home!

The New AMG CLS GT 53 63 4-Door


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Nope, the title above isn’t a weird new car from Mercedes-Benz, I made it up. But, only because the new AMG GT 4-Door is actually a CLS with an AMG GT front end and a somewhat unique rear fascia. Yup, the folks over at AMG were disappointingly lazy for all the hype that surrounded this performance sedan up until now. Yeah, I know, it’s fast, and the range-topping version has more power than the AMG GT R, but this doesn’t save it from being a glorified CLS. Not that I have something against the CLS — I actually like it — but just sayin’.

I’m Never Watching Formula One Again!


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The new Formula E single-seater revealed in Geneva reminded me, once again, that modern Formula One cars are butt-ugly. Worse than that, the new Formula E car is proof that extreme race cars can be incredibly aerodynamic but look good at the same time. And, for some reason, the folks in Formula One don’t seem to get that. Well, these new Formula E cars are quicker than ever before, and they look like they mean business. Bye-bye Formula One!

References


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PostHeaderIcon Mercedes-AMG GT 4-Door Coupe vs Mercedes CLS: Here’s What Sets Them Apart

Rumored for more than two years now, the four-door version of the Mercedes-AMG GT sports car finally broke cover at the 2018 Geneva Motor Show. However, it turns out that the GT 4-Door is exactly a sedan version of the already popular coupe. The four-door model not only uses a different platform that the sports car — based on that of the midsize E-Class — but it also looks a bit different front and rear. While this isn’t necessarily an issue, the fact that it’s very similar to the recently unveiled CLS has ignited some debate on whether Mercedes-Benz was a bit lazy in the design department.

Granted, the two cars are far from identical, but there aren’t many differences to talk about inside and out. That’s why we decided to bring them side by side for a proper comparison. Of course, with the AMG GT 4-Door being the more performance-oriented model, a proper comparison isn’t possible, but fortunately, both models come in “AMG 53” spec. Let’s have a closer look at what sets them apart on the outside, inside the cabin, and under the hood in the comparison below. Does it make sense for Merc to offer both? Leave your comments in the box below.

Continue reading for the full story.

The Looks

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“Having already seen the new CLS, I must admit that the GT 4-Door Coupe looks awfully familiar ”

Having already seen the new CLS, I must admit that the GT 4-Door Coupe looks awfully familiar. But there are a few details that set them apart. Up front, the GT 4-Door gets a more aggressive grille and bumper section. Even in AMG CLS53 spec, the four-door coupe looks milder than the GT-badged sedan. Not only the latter gets the aggressive “Panamericana” grille and a much larger star emblem, but it also sports a more menacing bumper. Sure, the grille shape is similar on both cars, but the vertical slats on the GT 4-Door have a more powerful impact on the eye.

Similarities continue below as the bumpers of both cars sport a three-vent layout, but again, the GT 4-Door looks decidedly more aggressive as the side intakes are notably larger and the center vent has a sharper edge. The headlamps are different too. Both seem somewhat based on the AMG GT sports car, but while the CLS’ are sharper and thinner toward the fender, the GT 4-Door are wider in that area. Overall, the latter has the bigger headlamps and it seems as if Merc paid special attention to this detail in order to set the two apart.

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“Moving onto the sides, it's actually pretty easy to mistake the cars between them ”

Moving onto the sides, it’s actually pretty easy to mistake the cars between them if you don’t pay close attention to the details. Granted, there’s the rear wing as a pretty big giveaway on the GT 4-Door, but other than that, you have to look really close. The beltline, the wheelarches, and the side skirts are similar, the roofline is almost identical, and the door handles and mirror caps are difficult to set apart. But there are two key differences to talk about. One is the small vent on the AMG GT 4-Door’s front fender, while the second one, more obvious this time, lies in the sape of the rear door window. More specifically, the GT 4-Door has an actual quarter window, which extends the greenhouse a bit more toward the rear.


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“If the two are pretty similar up front and onto the sides, they are actually significantly different around back”

If the two are pretty similar up front and onto the sides, they are actually significantly different around back. And it’s not just the wing and the more muscular haunches of the GT 4-Door that catches the eye. The latter also has a shorter decklid and longer taillights that are closely related to the AMG GT sports car. The fact that the 4-Door also has a tailgate instead of a conventional trunklid also makes a big difference. The bumpers are all that different, especially since both cars have big vents onto the sides, but the GT 4-Door benefits from the more aggressive diffuser and the bigger tailpipes.

All told, the cars are disappointingly similar from design standpoint, but Mercedes made sure that they can compete in different niches. While the CLS remains a rival for the BMW 6 Series Gran Coupe and the Audi A7, the AMG GT 4-Door can take on the more powerful and dynamic versions of the Porsche Panamera. I’m not really sure that Mercedes actually needed a four-door version of the AMG GT, but hey, I’m not here to judge the company’s marketing strategy.

The Interior… Meh

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“Things aren't as varied inside the cabin, where everything but the center console and the seats is pretty much identical”

If the two cars have subtle differences and notably dissimilar rear ends on the outside, things aren’t as varied inside the cabin, where everything but the center console and the seats is pretty much identical. It may have something to do with the fact that both vehicles ride on the same E-Class platform, but Mercedes clearly didn’t put too much effort into this.

Ignore the different colors of the dashboard, door panel, and air conditioning vents trim and you’re looking at exactly the same layout. Even the steering wheels are similar on the AMG GT 4-Door and AMG CLS53 models, although the former gets carbon-fiber trim. Is there anything that makes them different? Well, the instrument cluster is slightly different in the GT 4-Door, as are the graphics of the infotainment system. The AMG GT 4-Door also gets sportier seats with bigger side bolstering and the center console from the AMG GT sports car.

Basically Mercedes took the interior of the E-Class, which is also used in the CLS, and spiced it up with a few features from the AMG GT two-door. Not exactly inspiring, right?

The Performance. Finally Something Different


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“Here's where the AMG GT 4-Door starts and where the CLS leaves off ”

This where the two cars are actually significantly different. Or should I say it’s where the AMG GT 4-Door starts and where the CLS leaves off. As you may already know, the CLS was launched with a turbocharged, 3.0-liter six-cylinder engine with a 48-volt electrical assist system that works like a mild hybrid. In base CLS450 trim, it makes 362 horsepower and 369 pound-feet. Then there’s the AMG CLS53, which uses the same drivetrain with EQ Boost, but rated at a more solid 429 horses and pound-feet of torque.

The latter is available in the AMG GT 4-Door too. This model goes by the name AMG GT53 and has the exact same power rating and an identical 0-to-60 mph sprint time of 4.4 seconds. Next up is the AMG GT63 version, which draws juice from the familiar 4.0-liter V-8 offered in most AMG cars. The twin-turbo unit cranks out 577 horsepower and 533 pound-feet of torque. Finally, there’s the range-topping AMG GT63 S, which comes with a whopping 630 horsepower and 627 pound-feet of twist, significantly more than the track-ready AMG GT R. In addition to the extra power, the AMG GT 4-Door also gets the optional electronically controlled limited-slip differential and the rear-wheel steering system from the two-door AMG GT.

“If you've been wondering why Mercedes-Benz has yet to announce AMG CLS63 and AMG CLS63 S model, it's because there won't be any.”

If you’ve been wondering why Mercedes-Benz has yet to announce AMG CLS63 and AMG CLS63 S model, it’s because there won’t be any. Performance-wise, the AMG GT 4-Door is some sort of upgrade to the CLS. And that’s a good thing, as it would have been awkward to have both cars with the same specs. Especially in terms of marketing.

PostHeaderIcon 2018 Geneva International Motor Show – Worst In Show

We went a little gaga in our list of the best debuts from the 2018 Geneva International Auto Show, including no less than five honorable mentions in addition to our regular list of five winners. But, as is tradition, we must now don our collective troll faces and single out those rides that not only failed to make the cut, but also elicited our ire and dismay. So read on for our list of the Worst In Show from Switzerland this year, and don’t forget to post your opinion in the comments!

Continue reading for the worst debuts from the 2018 Geneva International Motor Show.

Mercedes-AMG GT 4-Door Coupe


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Mercedes has a habit of using rather, uh, controversial naming techniques for some of its models, blending body styles and labels to create some really niche weirdness. Not that there’s anything necessarily wrong with niche weirdness, it’s just that at a certain point, all it amounts to is a marketing ploy and an excruciatingly long title. Take for example the new AMG GT 4-Door Coupe, which arrives in Geneva as the latest example of the Affalterbach brand’s penchant for adding the word “Coupe” to various things. But it’s not just the name that has us scratching our heads on this one – the car isn’t much more than a pumped-up CLS with a fixed rear wing and 630 horsepower. And hey – we love wings and extra ponies as much as anyone, it’s just that we were expecting a bit more from this debut.

Read our full review on the 2019 Mercedes-AMG GT 4-Door Coupe.

Nissan IMx Kuro


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We last saw the Nissan IMx concept in 2017, and now, there’s a new version. But not really – it’s pretty much the same thing we saw 6 months ago, but updated with a new grille, silver paint, and black wheels. That’s pretty much it, and frankly, if you’re gonna bring a concept to the Geneva International Motor Show, you gotta bring your A game. This is more like D+ game, like Nissan decided to write a school report the night before class by copy/pasting sections of Wikipedia. We know you can do better Nissan. But hey, just give us a new Z sports car and all will be forgiven.

Read more about the Nissan IMx Kuro or our full review of the Nissan IMx Concept.

BMW M8 Gran Coupe Concept


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Before you grab your torch and pitchfork, let us just preface this blurb by saying that we think the M8 Gran Coupe Concept is very sexy indeed, with curvaceous lines and sultry styling that have us clamoring for more. Thing is, we were kinda hoping Bimmer would bring us a production version of the 8 Series, rather than yet another concept car. So, maybe adding the GC to our Worst In Show list isn’t totally fair, but considering we’ve already seen this thing in two-door form, it’s not totally out of line to expect something more substantial, right?

Read our full review of the BMW M8 Gran Coupe Concept.

PostHeaderIcon Mercedes-AMG GT 4-Door Coupe

AMG might be responsible for Mercedes’ most-powerful and appealing models, but the high-performance brand has yet to use its full potential as a car manufacturer. Sure, the Affalterbach-based division brought us the awesome SLS AMG, and more recently, the AMG GT, but it hasn’t developed more than one stand-alone vehicle at a time. Until 2018, when Mercedes-AMG launched the GT 4-Door, a four-door, four-seat version of the AMG GT sports car. Unveiled at the 2018 Geneva Motor Show, it’s the brand’s highly anticipated competitor for the Porsche Panamera, and it includes the most powerful GT-badged model ever.

The company’s plans to develop a high-performance four-door became more than obvious at the 2017 Geneva Auto Show, where Mercedes-Benz unveiled the AMG GT concept. The show car also confirmed that the sedan will be based on the AMG GT in terms of design, but still feature some of the more traditional Mercedes cues seen on the regular sedans. The concept was pretty much a mash-up between the AMG GT sports car and the CLS four-door coupe, attributes that also made it on the production model. Let’s find out what Merc’s new performance sedan is all about in the review below.

Continue reading to learn more about the Mercedes-AMG GT 4-Door Coupe.

Exterior

  • Aggressive AMG GT front end
  • AMG GT R grille and bumper
  • CLS styling feature
  • Sporty roofline
  • Rear wing
  • Race-inspired diffuser
  • Lightweight wheels

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“The front end merges elements from both the AMG GT and the recently unveiled CLS”

While most spy shots and drawing suggested an actual four-door version of the AMG GT sports car, the GT 4-Door is actually notably different than its coupe sibling. The front fascia is indeed aggressive and shares many features with the AMG GT, but the bigger headlamps and the revised bumper sets it apart and gives it a somewhat elegant look. I guess we could say that the front end merges elements from both the AMG GT and the recently unveiled CLS. But unlike the CLS, the GT 4-Door sports the race-style “Panamericana” grille of the AMG GT and an Airpanel in front of the center cooling vent for improved aerodynamic efficiency. The latter is borrowed from the hardcore AMG GT R.


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Onto the sides, the GT 4-Door is actually very similar to the CLS. Features that set it apart include new vents on the front fenders, beefed-up rear haunches, actual quarter windows behind the rear doors, and a more aggressive roofline. The frameless side windows contribute to the sedan’s coupe-style look. Around back, the main features link the sedan to the AMG GT coupe. The taillights are slim and long, while a tailgate replaces the conventional trunklid of the CLS.


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“The diffuser becomes more aggressive on the V-8 models, as does the front bumper”

The decklid is also shorter and sports a wing for increased downforce. Down below, a big diffuser hints that the AMG GT 4-Door is a true sports sedan. The diffuser becomes more aggressive on the V-8 models, as does the front bumper, which gain three horizontal louvers in the side air intakes.

All told, the AMG GT 4-Door has a sporty and imposing exterior, but it’s far from impressive. It looks a bit too much like the CLS from certain angles and those sexy AMG GT cues are already pretty familiar. I’m not saying that it’s mild and boring, but it brings together design cues we’ve already seen.

Interior

  • CLS and E-Class interior
  • AMG GT-inspired center console
  • Illuminated A/C vents
  • Carbon-fiber trim
  • Unique steering wheel features
  • All the luxury you need
  • Massive displays
  • Seating for four
  • State-of-the-art infotainment
  • AMG Track Pace app

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“Instead of modifying the AMG GT’s cockpit with a four-seat configuration, Mercedes took everything from the CLS”

The interior of the AMG GT 4-Door also looks very familiar. But this is because it’s almost identical to the CLS. Yup, instead of modifying the AMG GT’s cockpit with a four-seat configuration, Mercedes took everything from the CLS, which in turn is heavily based on the current-generation E-Class.

The dashboard, the door panels, the infotainment layout, and the instrument cluster are identical to the CLS save for minor changes in the displays. It even has the same illuminated turbine-look A/C vents and the same flat-bottom steering wheel. However, the AMG Performance Steering Wheel can be equipped with several innovative features such as a round controller with an integral display beneath the right-hand spoke, plus two vertically positioned color display buttons beneath the left-hand spoke.


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“Unlike the AMG GT, the GT 4-Door offers seating for four”

The two high-resolution displays, each measuring 12.3 inches, placed under the same hood was also carried over from the CLS. Not only they dominate the dashboard, but it also looks as if the car has a really wide screen from the behind the steering wheel toward the passenger side. This feature is standard on all AMG GT 4-Door models in the U.S. One element that’s different is the center console, which is similar to the AMG GT sports car, which mimics the configuration of a V-8 engine. There a few changes to the buttons on the sides, and it also includes display buttons and capacitive switches. Other highlights include soft-touch upholstery all over the place and carbon-fiber trim, including on the steering wheel (on the range-topping GT63 S model).


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“Unlike the AMG GT, the GT 4-Door offers seating for four.”

Unlike the AMG GT, the GT 4-Door offers seating for four. There are two configurations available, starting with two carbon-fiber-backed seats. These offer optimum support under spirited driving, but they cannot be folded for access to the trunk. The second layout is the Executive Rear Seat package, which has a more comfortable layout and a 40-20-40 split configuration. In this setup, rear passengers can control a number of features via a touchpad screen integrated into the console between the seats. The features range from using data via the AMG menu to controlling the ambient lighting or the climate control and seat heating.

As a cool feature, the GT 4-Door is the first AMG model that has its own fragrance, described by the company as a “sporty scent to match the spirit of the performance brand.”

Just like the coupe, the four-door comes with AMG Track Pace, an app that enables drivers to capture and analyze in detail over 80 vehicle-specific data as well as lap times on the racetrack.

Drivetrain

  • GT53 model with EQ Boost hybrid tech
  • GT63 S pack more power than any other AMG GT
  • Up to 630 horsepower and 627 pound-feet
  • 0 to 60 in 3.1 seconds
  • Highest top speed at 195 mph
  • Nine-speed AMG transmission
  • Standard all-wheel drive
  • Limited-slip differential
  • Rear-wheel steering

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“The base GT53 uses the same six-cylinder and EQ Boost drivetrain as the CLS 53”

Although the AMG GT 4-Door is theoretically a four-door version of the company’s sports car, the two don’t share all that much under the skin. Contrary to what the name might suggest, the AMG GT 4-Door isn’t built on a stretched platform of the AMG GT. Instead, AMG used the underpinnings of the E-Class, which also provide the base for the CLS. However, the GT 4-Door did get the twin-turbo 4.0-liter V-8 from the AMG GT coupe. It also gained the 3.0-liter six-cylinder unit with EQ Boost from the CLS.

The latter comes in the same configuration as in the AMG CLS53, meaning that it cranks out 429 horsepower and 384 pound-feet of torque. The EQ Boost system, which makes the drivetrain a mild hybrid, adds up to 21 horsepower and 184 pound-feet of twist. Total system power can hit up to 450 horses and 568 pound-feet, almost as much as the base AMG GT sports car. This version can hit 60 mph in 4.4 seconds, to go with a top speed of 174 horsepower.


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“The range-topping GT63 S packs 630 horsepower and 627 pound-feet of torque”

Next up is the GT63, powered by the familiar 4.0-liter V-8 rated at 577 horsepower and 553 pound-feet. This output is on par with the hardcore AMG GT R, but with 33 pound-feet of twist on top. Pretty cool huh? Hitting 60 mph from a standing start takes only 3.3 seconds, while top speed goes up to 193 mph. The European version of this model gets even more torque, being rated at 800 Nm, or 590 pound-feet.

Finally, there’s the range-topping GT63 S model, which comes with a whopping 630 horsepower and 627 pound-feet, more than any version of the AMG GT two-door sports car. In this configuration, 60 mph comes in only 3.1 seconds, while top speed increases to 195 mph. Again, the Euro specs are slightly different for this model too, with the torque figure placed at 900 Nm, or 664 pound-feet.


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“Both V-8 variants come with active rear-wheel steering as standard”

Both V-8 models feature cylinder deactivation for enhanced fuel economy and use the new AMG Speedshift nine-speed automatic as standard. Tuned specifically for this engine, it handles extremely short shift times and fast multiple downshifts. A wet clutch reduces weight and inertia, while the Race Start function provides optimum acceleration.

The six-cylinder engine in the GT53 model mates to a slightly different AMG Speedshift nine-speed transmission. which works in conjunction with the torque converter. All AMG GT 4-Door models are fitted with the AMG Performance 4MATIC+ all-wheel drive system. A rear-axle limited-slip differential is added to the GT63 S model, while both V-8 variants come with active rear-wheel steering. The latter is not available for the six-cylinder model.

Prices


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It’s way too early to talk about pricing, but the GT 4-Door should start from around $140,000 in the United States. For reference, the Mercedes-AMG GT S fetches $129,000 before options.

Competition

Porsche Panamera


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Redesigned for the 2017 model year, the Porsche Panamera is now sportier than ever, and its design incorporates even more 911 styling features. The cabin is loaded with state-of-the-art tech, and the driver is connected to the car via two seven-inch displays in the instrument cluster and a massive 12.3-inch touchscreen on the center stack. Drivetrain options are as varied as they get. The base model has a 3.0-liter V-6 rated at 325 horsepower and 332 pound-feet, while the Panamera 4S comes with 434 horses and 406 pound-feet on tap. The Turbo model uses a 4.0-liter V-8 with 542 horsepower and 568 pound-feet. The new Panamera also comes with a diesel engine and two hybrid drivetrains. The range-topping Turbo S E-Hybrid cranks out a massive 671 horsepower and 627 pound-feet that Mercedes-Benz will have a difficult time competing with. Pricing starts from $85,000 and goes up to $150,000 before options for the Turbo models.

Learn more about the 2018 Porsche Panamera.

Aston Martin Rapide


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Launched in 2009 as a spiritual successor to the Aston Martin Lagonda and the company’s first sedan in 20 years, the Rapide is based on the DB9 and shares the same VH platform. Power comes from Aston’s ubiquitous 5.9-liter V-12 engine, tuned to deliver 552 horsepower and 465 pound-feet of torque. Although it’s the most powerful of the bunch, the Rapide S won’t be quicker than the AMG GT4 in its current specification. Its 203-mph top speed, on the other hand, places it above everything else in this niche. Inside, the Rapide S comes with Aston’s finest in terms of luxury and technology, although some might find its cabin design rather dated compared to the GT 4-Door’s. The British sedan isn’t cheap either, as it starts from $198,250 in the U.S. It’s safe to assume that Aston Martin will offer a new-generation Rapide soon, so AMG will get a lighter, faster, and more luxurious competitor.

Find out more about the Aston Martin Rapide.

Conclusion


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Given the similarities with the recently unveiled CLS, the GT 4-Door doesn’t seem to be that much of a stand-alone model at first glance. However, things change when you look under the hood. While the CLS range stops at the 53 model, the GT 4-Door lineup takes over from there and takes the output to unprecedented levels for the “AMG GT” badge. Simply put, while the CLS goes against lower-trim version of the Panamera, the GT 4-Door joins the market as a more hardcore version aimed at the beefed-up Porsches. All told, this four-door was developed for a different audience, one that needs the seating layout and roomy trunk of the sedan during the week and the performance and dynamics of a sports car for fun weekends at the track.

  • Leave it
    • * Looks too similar to CLS sedan
    • * Panamera hybrid is hard to beat

References

Mercedes-AMG GT concept.


2017 Mercedes-AMG GT Concept - image 710494

Read our full review on the Mercedes-AMG GT concept.

Spy Shots

February 20, 2018 – Mercedes-AMG GT4 caught wearing a matte black with yellow flames camouflage


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December 29, 2017 – Playing in the Snow


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We’ve been over these shots with a fine-toothed comb, and nothing has really changed since the GT4’s last outing. The only real noticeable difference is that this prototype is wearing round exhaust outlets as opposed to the square units seen previously. This indicates that this specific prototype is powered by a smaller drivetrain setup that is likely a combination of an electric motor, battery, and six-cylinder engine. That means that Mercedes is likely done testing the V-8 models and is now looking to fine tune its entry-level version prior to the car’s big debut. We’re expecting to see a debut sometime in 2018.

September 25, 2017 – Mercedes-AMG GT4 reveals its interior


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August 22, 2017 – Mercedes AMG GT4 starts dropping camouflage


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May 8, 2017 – Mercedes AMG GT4 begins testing session


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Read more Mercedes news.

Rendering


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If you’re working why the two renderings we made are so different, the explanation is very simple. We created the first image as soon as the AMG GT was out and the first rumors about a sedan surfaced, so it looks very similar to the sports car. And to be honest, an AMG GT with a longer wheelbase and four doors is as sexy as they get. But when the AMG GT Concept was unveiled in 2017, it became pretty clear that Mercedes-Benz is gunning for a more elegant, less aggressive look. The rendering on the left pictures just that, being heavily based on the latest concept car.

Update History

Update 12/29/2017: The Mercedes-AMG GT4 was caught doing some cold weather testing and playing in the snow. Check out the spy shots section below to get a fresh look at the upcoming sports sedan.

Updated 09/25/2017: Our spy photographers caught the upcoming AMG GT4 out for a new testing session and this time we can also take a look at the inside of the car.

Updated 08/22/2017: The upcoming Mercedes AMG GT4 was caught testing again, this time with more camouflage removed and revealing its fastback rear.

Updated 05/08/2017: Our spy photographers caught the upcoming Mercedes AMG GT4 out for a first testing session. The car is expected to debut later this year or at the beginning of 2018.

PostHeaderIcon Leaked! Mercedes-AMG GT4 Revealed Ahead Of Geneva Debut

The 2018 Geneva International Motor Show is just about here, but some folks simply can’t wait. Such is the case with this leaked image of the new Mercedes-AMG GT4, which got posted to Carscoops just one day before the big event.

Shown in the front three-quarters view, the image depicts what appears to be a large, fixed rear wing, while up front there’s a rounded Panamericana grille with vertical dividing slats. The side intakes are huge, and there’s a chrome outline for the lower intake. Up top is a coupe-like curve for the roof, while the wheels get black spokes with a polished lip, under which are enormous yellow brake calipers. LED lighting can be found at both ends. The paint looks like a matte black finish, which is highly suggestive of the performance potential lying in wait. Speaking of which, this new AMG machine is believed to boast a twin-turbo 4.0-liter V-8 under that muscle-bound hoodline, possibly with the addition of an electric motor to make over 800 horses. We’d also expect some top-shelf opulence inside the cabin, taking cues from the latest E-Class and CLS.

The four-door could be seen as a replacement for the CLS63 AMG, and will run against competitors from Audi, BMW, and Porsche. Tune in tomorrow for the latest, when it’s possible this fire-breather will debut alongside a less-potent, de-winged version.

References

Mercedes-AMG GT4


Leaked! Mercedes-AMG GT4 Revealed Ahead Of Geneva Debut - image 715152

Read our full speculative review on the Mercedes-AMG GT4.

Mercedes-AMG GT Concept


2017 Mercedes-AMG GT Concept - image 710494

Read our full review on the Mercedes-AMG GT concept.


2017 Mercedes-Benz Concept EQA - image 730879

Read more Mercedes news.


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Read more Geneva Motor Show news.

PostHeaderIcon Mercedes Shows Off Some “Official” Spy Shots of the Upcoming Mercedes-AMG GT4

Mercedes-AMG is reportedly debuting the GT4 at the 2018 Geneva Motor Show.That appears to be inevitable given how much the performance sedan has been in the headlines in recent weeks. Recent spy shots of the car doing test runs have surfaced in recent weeks. Now, Merc’s performance sedan is stoking the fire even more with new glam shots of the GT4 dressed up in the same Wildfire camo wraps as the test prototypes. The four photos don’t reveal much, but they probably don’t need to at this point. With the car’s debut coming, these new photos are all about adding more buzz to a car that probably doesn’t need it anymore.

References


2019 Mercedes-AMG GT4 - image 715262

Read our full speculative review on the 2019 Mercedes-AMG GT4.


2017 Mercedes-AMG GT Concept - image 708191

Read our full review on the 2017 Mercedes-AMG GT Concept.


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Read more Geneva Motor Show news.


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