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Explaining the distinction between Mercedes' sleek four-door coupes

We compare and contrast


Fastback offers power in 3 potencies and an 'appealing, sporty scent'

Mercedes-AMG unveils the GT 4-Door Coupe. In GT 63 S guise, the family-friendly fastback rings up 630 hp, a locking rear diff, and a pure RWD Drift Mode.

Spy Shots

We want Mercedes to offer this as an official color scheme.

Check out the fixed wing.


More details and a better look at this expansion of the GT family.

A slinky sedan shows off how slippery it is in the wind tunnel.


Mercedes will literally pull the wraps off for the Geneva Show.

When you want the GT coupe, but need to carry other people.

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It's also shaping up to look much like the concept

The trend of high-end hatches continues.

Quick Spin

The extra power and four-wheel steering are worth it

Faster than GT and GT S, more livable than GT R.


The name's the same as MB's hottest coupe

0-60 in under 3 seconds.


Seriously, just look at it.

The Porsche Panamera Sport Turismo won't be alone.


Aesthetic tweaks accompany mild power gains for the GT and GT S, while the GT C gets a 50th anniversary edition.

First Drive

Bright-green proof that AMG can do more than just bigger engines, loud exhausts, and fancy wheels.

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