Tomorrow’s official unveiling of the Mercedes-AMG GT will finally bring an end to the seamlessly never-ending string of teaser video and detail reveals about the model.
But before that, here’s another short video that describes yet another part of the upcoming sports car – this time around we have Gorden Wagener, Daimler AG’s vice president of design, talking about…the design of the hotly-anticipated AMG GT.
Besides seeing the actual car in the “flesh,” we already feel like we know by hard all the details regarding the upcoming car, although we really hope Mercedes saved some “spicy” reveals for the actual September 9 reveal of the model. If you haven’t been up to speed, follow the link to the video below to shed some light on the model’s design.
Under the hood of the new model, a smaller, lighter and especially more affordable follow-up to the SLS AMG supercar, Mercedes has put the newly developed M178 twin-turbo V8 4.0-liter engine – a horsepower stable that boasts 462 PS (340 kW) or 510 PS (375 kW) if you choose the AMG GT-S. The latter only needs 3.8 seconds to reach 100 km/h and will top out at 192 mph (310 km/h). The same engine is reportedly going to reach the new C63 AMG, though the output could be slightly different.