For model year 2021, the Mercedes-AMG GT 4-Door Coupé is offered with an even wider range of equipment options and also more opportunities for individualisation. Customers have, for instance, a more extensive choice of wheels, upholstery options, trim and exterior colours. There will furthermore be an exclusive Edition, available in conjunction with any of the engine variants. The reconfigured suspension guarantees in addition an even broader spread between sportiness and comfort. The six-cylinder variants of the AMG GT 4-Door Coupé model year 2021, which will be arriving at the European dealerships in August, can be ordered now, with prices starting at €96,877.90.
With its symbiosis of exciting driving dynamics, superb comfort and outstanding everyday usability, the Mercedes-AMG GT 4-Door Coupé has already attracted a wide and loyal fan base. The success of its overall concept is due to the many individualisation options on offer. With this latest facelift, customers now have an even wider range of equipment details to choose from, with which they can tailor their Mercedes-AMG GT 4-Door Coupé even more specifically to their personal requirements.
The choice of exterior colours has been extended by the addition of the new shades spectral blue metallic and the matt finish spectral blue magno, so that it now includes three matt paint finishes, five metallic shades and two solid paint colours. Those looking for a more expressive, sporty look may select the new optional AMG Night Package II, which incorporates numerous exterior highlights in dark chrome and black. Also new is the combination of Night Package and Carbon Fibre Package, as is the possibility of modifying the front view of the six-cylinder versions to match the look of the eight-cylinder models. The range of AMG wheels has also been expanded to include, among others, new 20-inch 10-twin-spoke light-alloy wheels as well as intricately designed, sporty 21-inch 5-twin-spoke forged wheels. Red-painted brake callipers may now also be ordered as an option for the six-cylinder models. The reconfigured AMG RIDE CONTROL+ suspension adjusts even more precisely to different road surface conditions and the various drive programs, so enabling it to offer a broader spread between comfort and dynamic handling.
In the interior, too, the AMG GT 4-Door Coupé offers an enhanced range of opportunities for individualisation, thanks to new colours and combinations of leather and an extensive selection of trim options. The new AMG Performance steering wheel with its distinctive twin-spoke design and seamlessly integrated control buttons, fitted as standard, represents a further highlight in the cockpit.
Distinguishing features of the Edition model, available with any of the different engine variants, include the V8 Styling Package, the exclusive paintwork in the dark gemstone shade of rubellite red, the Exterior Package in high-gloss chrome and the new 21-inch 5-twin-spoke AMG forged wheels painted in silver with a high-sheen finish.
|Model||Output||Combined fuel consumption||Combined CO2 emissions1||RRP|
|AMG GT 43||270 kW/367 hp||8.5 – 8.3 l/100 km||194 – 189 g/km||€96,877.90|
|AMG GT 43 4MATIC+||270 kW/367 hp||8,7 – 8,6 l/100 km||198 – 196 g/km||€100,328.90|
|AMG GT 53 4MATIC+||320 kW/435 hp||8,7 – 8,6 l/100 km||198 – 196 g/km||€114,489.90|