And we have to admit that it looks way better than its rival.
Before rushing over to your local Mercedes-Benz dealership in order to place a deposit for it, you should know that it only exists in the virtual world and this is where it will most likely remain because the company hasn’t announced any plans in rivalling the Porsche Panamera with it, especially since it still has the CLS, which will soon receive a new generation. The vehicle has been signed by Theophilus Chin and it has received two extra rear doors which are still making it quite appealing. Whether Mercedes should consider adding such a vehicle to its lineup or not is your decision in the end because if there will be enough demand, “magic” will start happening.
The Mercedes-AMG GT is the company’s answer to the Porsche 911, the Jaguar F-Type and so on. It is coming as a replacement for the SLS AMG, despite being smaller, less powerful and cheaper. It is offered in a two-door coupe body style, with a front mid-engine and rear-wheel drive layout. The vehicle is 4,546 mm long, 1,939 mm wide and 1,288 mm tall, riding on a 2,630 mm long wheelbase. Under its hood we can find a new 4.0 liter twin turbo V8 engine, rated at 468 HP (349 kW) and 600 Nm (440 lb-ft) of torque in the AMG GT and 503 HP (375 kW) and 650 Nm (480 lb-ft) of torque in the AMG GT S. The first one needs 4.0 seconds to reach 100 km/h (62 mph) while the other one can do it in 3.8 seconds.