Update for six-cylinder models of the Mercedes-AMG GT 4-Door Coupé

Mercedes-AMG has upgraded the six-cylinder models of the AMG GT 4-Door Coupé. They can be recognised by the new front apron, which picks up on the previous design of the eight-cylinder models. The two outer decorative air intakes and the large central air intake under the radiator grille form a jet-wing profile. This emphasises the effect of breadth, while the radiator openings direct the air flows specifically to the functional elements such as coolers and brakes.

The electric sliding sunroof and the option of wireless charging for smartphones between the rear seats are now on board as standard. The intelligent, digital infotainment system MBUX (Mercedes-Benz User Experience) has also been given an update with a new look, redesigned AMG-specific displays and individually configurable functions. In conjunction with the optional Burmester® surround sound system or the Burmester® high-end 3D surround sound system, Dolby Atmos also introduces a new sound experience.

The basis for the sporty driving experience is provided by the unchanged 270 kW (367 hp) or 320 kW (435 hp) 3.0-litre in-line six-cylinder engine with twin turbocharging and integrated starter alternator.

Model Output Combined fuel consumption Combined CO2 emissions
Mercedes-AMG GT 43 4MATIC+ 270 kW (367 hp)
+ 16 kW (22 hp)
10.0-9.5 l/100 km1 227-214 g/km
Mercedes-AMG GT 53 4MATIC+ 320 kW (435 hp)
+ 16 kW (22 hp)
10.0-9.5 l/100 km1 228-214 g/km

With the V8 Styling Package, the six-cylinder models can be made even more individual. It includes a new front apron, longitudinal member panels and a rear apron with diffuser. The specifically designed front end of the V8 Styling Package picks up on elements of the AMG GT Black Series, such as the radiator grille that opens further downwards, the wide lower air intake and the precise, functional air deflection elements at the outer edge. This further emphasises the proximity to the AMG GT family and its racing roots.

There are additional features for the other optional equipment packages. In the base variant, the front splitter is now also in high-gloss chrome with the Chrome Package. The same offer logic applies to the Carbon Fibre Package: here, too, the front splitter in carbon fibre is added. With the Aerodynamic Package in conjunction with the V8 Styling Package, the front splitter and flics are given a new shape.

Customers can now choose the new shade opalite white metallic from the colour palette. The wheel portfolio and upholstery range remain unchanged.

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