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AMG GT S "The Game Changer".
Affalterbach. Mercedes-AMG celebrates its 50th anniversary in 2017. To the theme of "50 Years of Driving Performance", the sports car and performance brand was marking the occasion by extending the AMG GT family of sports cars with the new Mercedes-AMG GT C. Hence, the AMG GT C Roadster will now be joined by a Coupé version of the same model line. Positioned between AMG GT S and AMG GT R, the new vehicle will initially be available exclusively as a special Edition 50 model. At the same time, the Mercedes-AMG GT and AMG GT S are being visually and technically upgraded while receiving even more power.
New output variants: the AMG 4.0-litre V8 biturbo engine
Mercedes-AMG is restructuring the range of output/torque variants of the 4.0‑litre V8 biturbo engine. Hence, the AMG GT entry-level model now puts out 350kW (476hp), i.e. 10kW (14hp) more than before. In addition, with 630Nm, the basic version of the eight-cylinder machine now delivers an extra 30Nm of peak torque for even greater tractive power. The same figures will apply to the GT Roadster from its market launch.
The output from the GT S grows by 9kW (12hp) to 384kW (522hp), with the peak torque climbing 20Nm to 670Nm.
The next level is marked by the C variants of the Coupé and Roadster with 410kW (557hp) and 680Nm peak torque. The top of the line is the AMG GT R with 430kW (585hp) and 700Nm of torque.
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