Mercedes has upgraded the Mercedes-AMG GT 4-door Coupe that received a recalibrated AMG Ride Control suspension, new interior combinations, the new AMG dual-spoke steering wheel and a limited serie Exclusive Edition.
While waiting for the top version of the Mercedes-AMG GT 73e 4-door Coupe PHEV with over 800 HP, Mercedes presented the improved 6-cylinder versions of the Mercedes-AMG 4-Door Coupe.
Mercedes states very clearly that the facelift of the Mercedes-AMG GT 4-door Coupe debuts with the 6-cylinder versions, the top 8-cylinder model will be reviewed later.
The third model developed exclusively by Mercedes-AMG promises to be even more exclusive in the future. In addition to three seating configurations in the rear and a range of equipment packages through to AMG-specific individual options, new options have been added. According to the new orientation of the brand as presented at the shareholders’ conference in October 2020, Mercedes-AMG has a profile as a Performance Luxury and Mercedes-AMG GT 4-door Coupe range will soon include the first performance model with PHEV propulsion system .
The design of the six-cylinder versions remains unchanged but the front can be optionally adapted to the look of the eight-cylinder models. Three new colors are available: spectral blue metallic, spectral blue magno (matt finish) and cashmere white magno (matt finish). A total of five matt finishes, five metallic shades and two solid colors are now available. The new AMG Night Package II provides for an even more sportily accentuated appearance if so desired. The vertical slats in the AMG-specific radiator grille are crafted here in dark chrome.
The AMG Ride Control suspension has been reconfigured. It is based on a multi-chamber air suspension system, combined with adaptive, electronically controlled adjustable damping. The damping system use for the first time two pressure limiting valves. These variable control valves located outside the damper allow the damping forces to be adjusted even more precisely to different drive programs and driving conditions. One valve controls the rebound damping while the other controls the compression damping when the wheel compresses.
at the same time, the spread between sportiness and comfort were singnificantly increased. In 2020, the suspension receives new hardware components in 2020 including the new axle subframes, head bearings, outer thrust arm bushings and inner and outer tension strut bushings on the rear axle.
Another novelty is the AMG double-spoke steering wheel introduced last year at the E-Class facelift. Compared to the E-Class, the two control buttons have brighter displays and with their help you can control drive programs and other driving functions without taking your hand off the steering wheel.
Mercedes now also offers an exclusive limited series Edition model available for all 6-cylinder engines in combination with the standard V8 Styling package. The Edition model includes the exclusive paintwork in the dark gemstone shade of rubellite red, Exterior Package in high gloss chrome, 21 inch AMG forged wheels with 5-twin spoke design, neva grey Exclusive nappa leather and AMG performance steering wheel in neva grey/black nappa leather.
Model range includes two 6-cylinder inline 3-liter engines, both with mild hybrid system: Mercedes-AMG GT 43/43 Matic + with 367 HP and 500 Nm in combination with rear wheel drive or 4wd and Mercedes-AMG GT 53 4Matic + with 435 HP and 520 Nm.