Latest Update for 6-cylinder models of the Mercedes-AMG GT 4-Door Coupé

Mercedes-AMG GT 4-Door Coupé
Latest Update for 6-cylinder models of the Mercedes-AMG GT 4-Door Coupé

It appears that Mercedes-AMG has made several upgrades to the six-cylinder models of the Mercedes AMG GT 4-Door Coupé. The front apron of these models has been redesigned to resemble the design of the eight-cylinder models. The all-new front apron features 2-outer decorative air intakes and a large central air intake under the radiator grille, creating a jet-wing profile. This design enhances the perception of width and directs airflows to specific functional elements like coolers and brakes.

Some new standard features include an electric sliding sunroof and wireless charging for smartphones between the rear seats. The digital infotainment system, MBUX (Mercedes-Benz User Experience), has also received an update with a new look, redesigned AMG-specific displays, and customizable functions. Additionally, when united with an optional Burmester® surround sound system or the Burmester® high-end 3D surround sound system. The introduction of Dolby Atmos provides a new sound experience.

Performance- Mercedes-AMG GT 4-Door Coupé

The 6-cylinder models retain the same 3.0-litre in-line-6-cylinder engine with twin turbocharging and integrated starter alternator. The engine power remains unchanged at 270kW (367hp) or 320kW (435hp).

For those looking for a more individualized appearance, there is the option of the V8 Styling Package, which includes a new front apron, longitudinal member panels, and a rear apron with a diffuser. The front of the V8 Styling Package incorporates design elements from the AMG GT Black Series. Elements like the radiator grill that opens further downwards, the functional air deflection element at the outer edge and a wide lower air intake. This further highlights the connection to the AMG GT family and its racing heritage.

Other Features – Mercedes-AMG GT 4-Door Coupé

Other optional equipment packages have also received additional features. The Chrome Package now includes a high-gloss chrome front splitter, while the Carbon Fibre Package adds a carbon fibre front splitter. The Aerodynamic Package, in conjunction with the V8 Styling Package, introduces a new shape for the front splitter and flics.

Moreover, in terms of color options, customers can now choose the new shade “opalite white metallic” from the available palette. The wheel portfolio and upholstery range remain unchanged from the previous model.

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