Mercedes-AMG GT C with 557 hp
At the same time, the A MG GT and the GT S pepped up optically and technically. The Mercedes-AMG GT C is characterized by the wide and muscular rear and large wheels. As with the top model Mercedes-AMG GT R, it has a 57 millimeter wider track and active rear-wheel steering. The AMG GT C, like the AMG GT S and AMG GT R, has an electronically controlled rear-axle limited-slip differential that is integrated into the compact transmission housing as standard. There is also the AMG Ride Control sports suspension.
Fired the coupé is powered by the 557 hp four-liter V8 with twin turbo - the sports car has 680 Nm of torque. If you really let it go, you can reach top speed of 317 km /h and accelerate to 100 km /h in 3.7 seconds. The average fuel consumption of 11.4 liters per 100 kilometers cannot be achieved with this driving style.
GT C Edition 50 with optional equipment
The AMG GT C Edition 50 is equipped with two exclusive special paintwork in gray or white. In addition, there are black chrome applications on the top panels of the side skirts, the front splitter, the trim strips in the air inlets of the Panamericana grille, the fins on the side air outlets of the front fenders, the trim strip on the rear diffuser and the tailpipe trims. The AMG cross-spoke-look wheels are also finished in black chrome.
In the interior, the customer will find a black and silver interior with leather interior, gray contrasting topstitching and diamond quilting. The black AMG leather steering wheel has a 12 o'clock mark and the 'Edition' lettering. The night package with steering wheel spokes, gearshift paddles and entry rails is standard in black. Silver-colored belts and a “GT Edition 50” embossing in the headrests round off the design.
Panamericana grill for all GT athletes
But that's not all we have AMG for her birthday. The Affalterbach company gives all models the distinctive Panamericana grill with its 15 vertical chrome struts. In addition, all versions adopt the active air control 'Airpanel' from the AMG GT R. And that's not all. In addition, AMG has given the GT sports car a small boost in performance. The 4.0-liter biturbo V8 in the AMG GT has 475 hp (plus 14 hp), and the maximum torque increases by 30 to 630 Nm. The AMG GT S can look forward to 522 PS (plus 12 PS) and gets 20 Nm more - a total of 670 Nm.
Rear-wheel steering too for the Mercedes-AMG GT S
For the Mercedes-AMG GT and the GT S, the manufacturer also offers new optional equipment. The AMG Exterior Chrome Package and the AMG Dynamic Plus Package are available. The interior night package can also be ordered at an additional cost. The GT S can also be upgraded with active rear wheel steering for a few extra euros.
Various new light alloy rims or the leather version Exclusive Nappa Style complete the option listfrom. Prices for the models have not yet been announced.