It’s one of the most stylish and impressive cars available today and the refreshed Mercedes AMG GT will certainly build on its popularity.
Available as a Coupe and Roadster, the AMG GT features a number of enhancements, including new LED high-performance headlights and exhaust tailpipes.
There are also some exterior styling tweaks and the new equipment includes a parking assistant along with rear and front view cameras with parking sensors.
Engine for the AMG GT Coupe and Roadster
However, most potential drivers will be wanting to know what the engine for the AMG GT Coupe and Roadster is and it’s an impressive offering.
The cars will feature a 4.0 litre V8 petrol engine that’s mated to AMG’s seven-speed sports transmission.
The hand-built engine will produce 476 hp with torque of 630 Nm to help propel the GT from 0 to 62 mph in four seconds and on to a top speed of 189 mph.
Economy for the new Mercedes AMG GT
The economy for the new Mercedes AMG GT Coupe is around 23 mpg with emissions of 261g/km, with the Roadster delivering similar figures.
Opt for the AMG GT S Coupe and Roadster, then the engine produces 557 hp with slightly more torque to reach 62 mph in 3.8 seconds. The top speed for the S Coupe is 193 mph.
Alongside this impressive performance, the handling characteristics of the car remain impressive and there’s a new 12.3-inch digital instrument cluster to monitor all of the car’s vital information.
Handling is dealt with using a responsive AMG performance steering wheel with touch control buttons that help that cover the ‘Track Pace’ offering.
The new model also comes with 19-inch alloy wheels, a performance exhaust system, heated seats, automatic climate control and keyless-go starting function.
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The AMG GT S has electronic controlled rear axle limited slip differential to help control the car on bends and comes with a choice of 20-inch alloy wheels and an adjustable damper system.
As usual, that are a number of option packages available to drivers with the cheapest being the premium package, which costs £3,495 for the Coupe and £2,995 for the Roadster.
Among the features is an impressive surround sound system, AMG door sills and automatically dimming rear-view mirror. The Coupe also comes with a panoramic sunroof.
Drivers can also opt for a carbon fibre package for just under £5,000, which offers exterior carbon fibre mirror housings and a carbon fibre diffuser in the rear apron.
The new Mercedes AMG GT is available now, with prices starting at £104,000 for the Coupe and £116,000 for the Roadster with the first deliveries arriving in May.