Sometimes you just want to have some fun out on the open road. You want to feel the power of your vehicle at your fingertips. You want it to handle like it’s connected to you in an almost symbiotic relationship. You want to feel like you could conquer the most demanding racetrack in the world. So why not get behind the wheel of a car that was created for exactly that? The Mercedes-Benz AMG GT spent most of its development time in what’s known as the “Green Hell” section of the Nurburging racetrack. That means it’s ready to take you on the ride of your life. The Mercedes-Benz AMG GT features a front-mid-engine concept with a transaxle, V8 Biturbo engine, thoroughly modified suspension, new aerodynamic design and an intelligent lightweight construction to create a driving experience unlike any other. This is one ride that will truly take your breath away.
You’ve never felt anything quite like what the Mercedes-Benz AMG GT has to offer. With its handcrafted AMG 4.0-liter V8 Biturbo engine with dry-sump lubrication pumping out 577 horsepower and 516 lb-ft. of torque, you’ll be the envy of everyone who is lucky enough to catch a glimpse of you out on the road. All that power comes at the expense of fuel economy, but the AMG GT still gets 16 city MPG and 22 Highway MPG.
You’ll feel like the Mercedes-Benz AMG GT knows what you want it to do before you know yourself with its wider front and rear fenders which create an increased track width for optimum grip and high cornering speeds. A new front fascia, large rear aerofoil and new rear fascia with double diffuser help enhance the car’s aerodynamic efficiency and grip even further. And its lightweight forged wheels come equipped with cup tires for some of the best driving dynamics on the market.
Need for Speed
You’ll never wish your car had a little more get-up-and-go once you get behind the wheel of the Mercedes-Benz AMG GT. That’s because its seven-speed dual-clutch transmission and powerful engine allow you to go from zero to 60 miles per hour in a measly 3.5 seconds. That sure will make getting up to highway speed on an on-ramp a lot easier. And with a top speed of 198 miles per hour, your thirst for speed will forever be quenched.