AMG GT

  • Affalterbach, Apr 8, 2019 - The AMG GT high-peformance sports car (fuel consumption combined 12.5-11.4 l/100 km, CO2 emissions combined 284-261 g/km) is now vying for customers' attention with lots of sharper details and the new, limited Edition AMG GT R PRO.
  • Fuel consumption combined 12.5-11.4 l/100 km, CO2 emissions combined 284-261 g/km*
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  • Affalterbach, Sep 5, 2017 - Portfolio: Continuous expansion of the model portfolio since September 2014, with a current total of six series-production vehicles (four Coupés and two Roadsters) plus two customer sport racing cars, AMG GT3 and AMG GT4. The AMG GT Concept study provides a foretaste of the further course of development as a four-door AMG GT series-production vehicle.
  • Fuel consumption combined: 11.4 – 9.3 l/100 km; Combined CO2 emissions: 259 - 216 g/km*
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  • Affalterbach, Dec 13, 2016 - From the world's most demanding racetrack directly onto the road: never before has Mercedes-AMG packed so much motorsport technology into a production vehicle than into the new AMG GT R.
  • Fuel consumption, combined: 11.4 l/100 km, CO2 emissions, combined: 259 g/km
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  • Stuttgart / Shanghai, Apr 20, 2015 - In a flowing transition, Mercedes-Benz lands the next coup: the Concept GLC Coupé is a near-production-standard study that carries the successful GLE Coupé formula over into a more compact segment. The dynamically expressive show car combines typical stylistic features of a coupé with the sensually pure design idiom of coming SUV generations. This emotively appealing fusion is further enriched with details that are strong in character.
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  • Stuttgart, Nov 17, 2014 - The first Mercedes was a racing car and its most recent successor carries this heritage forward: with the new Mercedes-AMG GT, the Mercedes-AMG sports car brand is moving into a new, top-class sports car segment for the company. 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.
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  • Paris, Oct 2, 2014 - In terms of both design and technology, the second generation of the B Class car has heralded a new compact class era at Mercedes-Benz. More than 350,000 of the sports tourer have been sold since the market launch in late 2011. Now the best-seller from Mercedes-Benz has undergone a major facelift including exterior and interior enhancements along with attractive, redefined design and equipment lines.
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