The eye-watering price tag of Mercedes

The eye-watering price tag of Mercedes


Mercedes is the best known for giving the world a choice of top of the line extravagance vehicles including the S-Class line and the 600 Pullman, yet it is likewise the best contender in the field of motorsports. The organization has made probably the most looked for after and famous games and dashing autos in presence today.

The sports car comes with carbon – fiber backed seats, dual power-domes on the hood – and a custom, ‘sporty’ fragrance.

A Mercedes-AMG GT 4-Door coupe sits on display after its unveiling on the opening day of the 88th Geneva International Motor Show in Geneva, Switzerland. The show opens to the public on March 8 and will showcase the latest models from the world’s top carmakers.

This is the first four-door sports car from Mercedes’ high-performance. It’s also the latest car in a recent trend of automakers making and naming four-door vehicles “coupes,” a term that has historically referred to two-door contraptions.

The new AMG GT 4-Door blends the extraordinary racetrack dynamism of our two-door sports car with maximum suitability for everyday use. It has a unique and royal way of embodying our brand core, Driving Performance and experience, and with its systematic configuration it will attract new customers for Mercedes-AMG, commented Tobias Moers, CEO of Mercedes-AMG GmbH.

The new AMG GT 4-Door Coupe delivers special driving experiences on all levels and with a top speed of up to 315 km/h, and it’s driving dynamics it cuts an effortlessly superior figure wherever it goes. Powerful, up-to-date six-cylinder in-line and V8, the great body radiates dynamism and inspiration.

Exotic shapes with arched surfaces lend the four doorway GT ageless class, while the streaming outline with the bringing down greenhouse signals up its sporting accreditations.

The GT 63 comes out with AMG’s 4.0-liter twin-turbo V8 and puts out 577 drive, with a 0– 60 time of 3.3 seconds, as per the organization. Venture up to the GT 63 S and power increments to 630 pull, while the 60 mph dash time declines to 3.1 seconds.

All models get nine-speed programmed transmissions and all-wheel drive; however, US-spec 63 models offer a Drift Mode should you want to take your family sideways.