Mercedes-AMG GT

Technical data

 
Model Rated output
kW [hp]
Acceleration 0-100 km/h
(automatic) s
Max. speed
(automatic) km/h
Combined CO2 emissions NEDC
(automatic) g/km
CO2 efficiency class
(automatic)
Combined consumption NEDC
(automatic) l/100 km
8-cylinder
Mercedes-AMG GT 350 [476] 4.0 304 261 G 11.4
Mercedes-AMG GT S 384 [522] 3.8 310 262 G 11.5
Mercedes-AMG GT C 410 [557] 3.7 317 284 G 12.4
Mercedes-AMG GT R & GT R PRO 430 [585] 3.6 318 284 G 12.4

 

Positioning

The GT is the second sports car developed entirely in-house by Mercedes-AMG. Its front mid-engine concept with transaxle and the intelligent aluminium lightweight construction form the basis for a highly dynamic driving experience. The GT combines driving dynamics and first-class racetrack performance with superb everyday practicality and a level of efficiency that sets new standards in the segment. The GT is entering its fifth model year with upgrades following a facelift.

Highlights

  • New limited-edition AMG GT R PRO: optimised power/weight ratio, new suspension, aerodynamic fine-tuning with more overall downforce, lightweight bucket seats and lightweight wheels
  • AMG DYNAMICS integrated dynamic control
  • Fully-digital instrument display as standard
  • Innovative, coloured display keys adopted from the 4-door GT in the centre console
  • The new light signature of the LED High Performance headlamps now has similarities with the AMG GT 4-door Coupé, strengthening the AMG GT family identity. A tri-functional, arched optical fibre performs the daytime driving light, marker light and indicator functions.
  • Striking features of the Mercedes-AMG GT include the long bonnet with prominent powerdomes, the greenhouse set well to the rear, the large wheels and the impression of width at the rear.
  • High racetrack performance is ensured by the combination of an aluminium spaceframe, a V8 biturbo engine with dry-sump lubrication, a seven-speed dual-clutch transmission in a transaxle configuration at the rear axle, a locking differential, a sports suspension with aluminium double wishbone axles and a low kerb weight.
  • The chassis, greenhouse and body are of produced in a light alloy, with the boot lid of steel and the front deck made of magnesium.



Further information on fuel consumption

Model Urban consumption (automatic) 1/100 km Extra-urban consumption (automatic) 1/100 km
Mercedes-AMG GT 15.5 9.1
Mercedes-AMG GT S 15.5 9.1
Mercedes-AMG GT C 15.0 11.0
Mercedes-AMG GT R 14.9 10.9
  • Office
    Manager Communications Mercedes-AMG
  • Email
    jochen.uebler@daimler.com
  • Phone
    +49 7144 302-92470
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