This is the most powerful version of the AMG-developed coupe.
Mercedes Amg Gt
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In the Mercedes-AMG GT line, most body styles feature three or more levels of sportiness. The coupe is available in GT, GT S, GT C and GT R, and the sedan is available in 53 GT, 63 GT, and 63 GT S. But the roadster has been left out with just GT and GT C variants. That changes this year with the new GT S Roadster, which splits the difference quite evenly between the two drop-top sports cars.
It has become a tradition for Mercedes to create a special Edition 1 version of any new model it launches, regardless of whether it's an entry-level crossover or a fresh AMG-tuned car. And the new Mercedes-AMG GT four-door is no exception. Its Edition 1 will only be available on the top-spec GT 63 S with a 630-horsepower twin-turbocharged 4.0-liter V8 and all-wheel drive.
We compare and contrast
When you want the GT coupe, but need to carry other people.
The trend of high-end hatches continues.
Faster than GT and GT S, more livable than GT R.
0-60 in under 3 seconds.
50 years of Affalterbach hot rods.
Don't try this at home. Unless you were in Easy Rider.
Aesthetic tweaks accompany mild power gains for the GT and GT S, while the GT C gets a 50th anniversary edition.
Bright-green proof that AMG can do more than just bigger engines, loud exhausts, and fancy wheels.
Tobias Moers, head AMG honcho, dangles a sure thing and a tantalizing possibility.
The GTD class will be overflowing with European sports cars.