Mercedes has made some changes to the six-cylinder versions of the Mercedes-AMG GT 4-door coupe.
The main change concerns the front bumper, where the two decorative outer air intakes and the large central air intake under the radiator grille form a jet-wing profile.
The standard equipment has been enhanced with an electrically operated panoramic hatch and wireless charging for smartphones between the rear seats. The MBUX multimedia system has also received an update with a new look, redesigned AMG-specific displays, and individually configurable functions. In addition, Dolby Atmos is available in conjunction with optional Burmester Surround sound or Burmester high-end 3D Surround sound systems.
Six-cylinder models can be configured with the V8 Styling package, which includes a new front apron longitudinal member panels and a rear apron with diffuser. On the base version, the front splitter is now in high-gloss chrome with the Chrome Package. Optionally available is the Carbon Fiber Package, which comes with a carbon front splitter. Also available in opalite white metallic.
The six-cylinder engines remain unchanged, and both feature 48V mild hybrid technology with an integrated 16 kW (22 ps) starter generator:
Mercedes-AMG GT 43 4matic+ with 270 kW (367 ps)
Mercedes-AMG GT 53 4Matic+ with 320 kW (435 ps)
The range is completed by the V8 versions Mercedes-AMG GT 63 4Matic with 430 kW (585 ps) and Mercedes-AMG GT 63 S 4Matic+ with 470 kW (639 ps), and the top PHEV model Mercedes-AMG GT 63 S E Performance in which the most powerful 4-liter twin-turbocharged V8 engine with 639 ps is coupled with a 204 hp electric motor at the rear axle.
Prices start at 105,969 euros ($116,916) for the GT 43 4Matic+ and go up to 199,015 euros ($219,574) for the top PHEV version.