Premium Grand Tourismo cars are always worth a look and the aspiration to one day share their exclusive company. The sector will soon be joined by the very eye-pleasing, second-generation Mercedes-AMG GT Coupé.
Two salivating models are on its menu, both powered by a 4.0 litre V8 bi-turbo engine and 4MATIC + all-wheel drive, the AMG GT 63 Coupé and the AMG GT 55 Coupé. Both promise great driving dynamics synonymous with their GT badge and their Mercedes heritage.
Exuding eye-catching sports car appeal, its expanded ‘dimensional concept’ is reflected in more interior space, good all-round visibility and the option of a 2+2 seats arrangement.
Identifiable features include the AMG-specific radiator grille, distinctive headlights, steeply raked windscreen, long wheelbase, short overhangs, ‘voluminous’ wheel arches, and their light-alloy wheels almost flush with the body. Viewed from the side, its fastback silhouette is characterised by smoothly modelled surfaces and recessed door handles. Added sports car appeal is seen in an expressively modelled rear shoulder area and rear spoiler seamlessly integrated into its large tailgate.
Inside, a ‘hyper analogue’ combination of analogue geometry and digital features translate into a digital world in which AMG's high-performance sports car genes are in evidence. A central display and a fully digital instrument cluster work with high-tech elements and an imaginative choice of materials to create a harmonious, sporty, cockpit design with the prestige ambiance owners would expect from a sports car bearing the AMG designation.
The Mercedes-AMG GT 63 4MATIC+ Coupé is available to order now for delivery early next year with the Mercedes-AMG GT 55 4MATIC+ Coupé version to follow. Prices, which take account of individual specifications and requirements, will be quoted at the time of ordering in each case.