Mercedes is quietly preparing the world premiere of the track-focused Mercedes-AMG GTR PRO, together with the debut of the updated Mercedes-AMG GT model series. They will all be presented at the Los Angeles Motor Show starting November, the 28th.
Mercedes has got its plans set out. The AMG’s CEO, Tobias Moers, will go on stage, on November, 28th, to present the Mercedes-AMG GT R PRO. The event will be broadcast online.
The limited-edition GT R PRO was modified to become a track-oriented machinery. The car borrows various technical solutions from the AMG GT3 and AMG GT4 racing cars. Plenty of exterior and interior modifications will bring the GT R PRO closer to the recently presented AMG GT Coupe.
In LA, there will also be the Mercedes-Benz GLE, that will set foot for the first time on American soil. The SUV boasts an innovative 48-Volt suspension and fully variable 4MATIc control for the first time. The systems are available for high-spec engines, six-cylinder variants upwards.
The baby of the Mercedes family, the A-Class, will make it to the U.S. this November, as it is the first time the compact car arrives in America.
The list of highlights in California includes the Mercedes-AMG E 53 4MATIC+ Coupe and Cabriolet, the CLS 53 4MATIC and the G 63 SUV.
The new Sprinter van, now manufactured in the U.S. and arriving there for the first time, will also keep center stage at the motor show that takes place on the West Coast.