The AMG GT 63 S shines in AutoTrader’s review, and not just for its mightily powerful engine.
Officially, Merc’s super saloon maxes out at 315 km/h (196 mph), which is supercar territory.
Transform any Mercedes-AMG GT 4-Door into a GT 63 S lookalike with this aero kit.
In mid-2019, an entry-level GT 53 variant will arrive with a turbocharged six-cylinder engine.
This black model was spotted recently in Berlin, making cars around it look kind of plain.
To quote the automaker, it’s “the fastest fully-fledged four-seater production car”; still not quicker than Jaguar’s XE SV Project 8, though.
The mildest version of the 4-door AMG GT features a 367 PS 3.0-liter turbocharged six and a 22 PS electric motor.
Opt for the range-topping Mercedes-AMG GT 63 S 4Matic+ Edition 1, though, and pay at least £148,950 for it.
We’re not huge fans of its styling, but we have to admit that, in the right configuration, it looks imposing.
Mercedes have made sure to give their 4-door AMG GT model plenty of power.
North America won’t get the full range of Mercedes-AMG GT 4 models.
That’s what Mercedes charges for the new 362-hp AMG GT 43 4Matic+ six-cylinder model.