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Low, wide, and brawny, the Mercedes AMG GT turns heads even before its V8 rumble sparks to life. The second sports car developed in-house by Mercedes-AMG, following the gullwinged SLS AMG, the GT is a German take on the overlap between a sports car and a muscle car.
The base GT has a 469-hp, 4.0-liter twin-turbo V8 with an accompanying exhaust soundtrack full of rumble and fireworks. The line expands with an AMG GT C, which churns out 550 hp. The top AMG GT R belts out 577 hp. Forward collision warning and automatic emergency braking are standard, but blind spot warning is optional.
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2016-2020
2016 Redesign Year
Low, wide, and brawny, the Mercedes-AMG GT S turns heads even before its V8 rumble sparks to life. The second sports car developed inhouse by Mercedes-AMG, following the gullwinged SLS AMG, the GT is a German take on the overlap between a sports car and a muscle car.
The model line launched as the GT S, boasting a 4.0-liter twin-turbo V8 that churns out 503 horsepower, with an accompanying exhaust soundtrack full of rumble and fireworks. The line expands with an AMG GT in mid 2016, adding a slightly more affordable variant with the same engine, detuned to 456 hp--still more than enough.
$100,175 - $159,525
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$105,125 - $140,925
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$79,375 - $129,975
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