Give Your Mercedes-AMG GT 4-Door Added Presence With This Aero Kit

While debate still rages around the looks of the Mercedes-AMG GT 4-Door, one thing that cannot be argued is the sedan’s performance.

In range-topping GT 63 S guise, Mercedes-AMG’s rival to the Porsche Panamera features a 4.0-liter twin-turbocharged V8 that pumps out 630 hp and 664 lb-ft of torque. This powertrain allows the car to hit 60 mph (96 km/h) in a mere 3.1 seconds before storming towards the 200 mph (320 km/h) mark.

Of course, not all GT 4-Door buyers can afford the GT 63 S, and have to make do with a less powerful and less aggressive-looking variant. The following aerodynamics pack offered by Mercedes-AMG aims to solve the latter problem.

Offered on all GT 4-Door models, including the baby GT 43, mid-range GT 53, and the GT 63, the package was first previewed by the expensive Edition 1 model. At the front, the kit includes a bespoke splitter as well as distinctive air deflectors on the sides of the bumper and in the gaping-wide air intakes.

Spin around to the rear and you’ll find a large fixed wing with a high-gloss finish. Mercedes-AMG has also designed a new diffuser and fitted a different bumper.

Customers in Germany can option the aero pack for 3,391 euros ($3,860). The automaker has yet to announce pricing for the kit in the United States, although it will eventually become available there too, Mercedes-Benz Passion reports.

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  • ksegg

    Jesus Christ, this is a train wreck of a car. Looks about as bad, if not worse, than the first-gen Panamera.

    I feel like there are just a handful of really good looking brand new cars these days, with the majority looking like complete ass.

    • Adi

      Well beauty is subjective. I would say that everyone loves the front 3/4. The only problem ist the rear. I also didn’t like the back from the photos but in person it looks great.

  • MarketAndChurch

    Not bad. Not too crazy for this car but it looks better here than in previous pics.

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