More driving comfort with a wide range of equipment, for an even more individual and tailor-made style.
The Mercedes-AMG GT Coupé4 evolves and focuses on the most advanced technology, in all fields.
New features include up-to-date driver assistance systems and, as standard, the Widescreen Cockpit with MBUX multimedia system with AMG-specific display and functions.
The new models will debut with the 6-cylinder variants, which will arrive in European dealerships next August, while the price lists will be available the first week of July.
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Mercedes-AMG GT Coupé4
The third model completely developed by Mercedes-AMG continues its success story. The AMG GT Coupé4 is the result of the combination of the driving performance of the AMG GT and increased everyday practicality, thanks to four doors and space for up to five passengers.
Air suspension, rear axle steering, fully variable all-wheel drive and a modern overall concept thrill customers all over the world. A record holder for the best time on the Nürburgring's North Loop, it quickly becomes apparent that the technology and tuning are at the highest level and set benchmarks in the segment.
This model series has also raised the bar in terms of interior design with a unique style for surfaces and different elements, innovative display controls, steering wheel buttons and numerous seating and equipment configurations.
Although the previous model already offered a wide range of customization options for this segment, the choice has been further enriched for an even more individual and 'tailor made' style.
"We are constantly updating our AMG GT Coupé4 to an exceptional technical level. Through this new model, we address target groups who devote the highest value to individuality and a distinctive lifestyle. In this way, we continue to develop our profile as a Performance Luxury brand, confirming it with tailor made products and options. In addition, we will soon present our first E Performance hybrids on this model, thus continuing the electrification of the powertrain ", said Philipp Schiemer, CEO of Mercedes-AMG GmbH.
The design of the six-cylinder versions remains unchanged, but on request, the front view can be adapted to the look of the eight-cylinder models.