People have different opinion about the new Mercedes-AMG GT 4-door. Since, it is not as sporty looking as the 2-door sibling, many fans are not sure what to expect from it. However, BMW promises to deliver driver entertainment through this vehicle and it will be much more fun to drive than E-Class and CLS. Even though this Mercedes-AMG GT 4-door doesn’t look anything different, but still it draws inspiration from the legendary SLS and AMG GT models. Interestingly, it is also their brand’s first proper four-door sporty car.
Mercedes-AMG GT 4-door made its debut at this year’s Geneva Motor Show and came with lot of new aspects. It has trademark Panamericana grille, a powerdome hood, frameless windows, an adjustable rear spoiler and sleek LED taillights. The interior has also received some changes such as couple of 12.3 digital displays and a center console that comes with color display buttons. This is also the first time in any AMG models. The attached model here has been seen at Nurburg. Even though it lacked any badge, it is speculated that it is either 63 4Matic+ or 63 S 4Matic+.
The rear end of the Mercedes-AMG GT 4-door reveals a lot about the car as it sports large rectangular tailpipes. The entry level GT 53 models have rounded one. It offers 429 horsepower with the help of plug-in hybrid powertrain. With respect to 63 and 63 S, it offers 576 horsepower and 600Nm of torque and later one offer 630 horsepower and 900Nm of torque. The “S” version accelerates from 0 to 62mph in just 3.2 seconds before hitting the top speed of 195mph.