The Mercedes-Benz AMG GT, part of the C190 liftback series, underwent a significant redesign from 2017 to 2020. A superlative manifestation of Mercedes’s commitment to luxury, innovation, and performance, the AMG GT stood out with its compelling exterior, coupled with a range of technical attributes that set the bar high in its category. Its primarily gasoline engine, with a direct injection type and a turbo boost, featured six inline cylinders with four valves per cylinder, a 3.237-inch cylinder bore, and a stroke cycle of 3.588mm. Making a profound statement, the presence of an intercooler elevated the car’s engine performance, bestowing upon it an impressive engine horsepower of 367.

Promising an exhilarating driving experience, the AMG GT 43 4Matic+ trim was fitted with a Speedshift TCT 9G automatic transmission system. This advanced and speedy transmission system allowed the smooth switching of its nine gears, leading to better acceleration and more efficient fuel consumption. Moreover, the All Wheel Drive (AWD) nature of the car ensured better traction and stability on different road conditions, thereby guaranteeing a safer, steadier, and overall superior driving experience.

The Mercedes-Benz AMG GT did not falter when it came to speed and acceleration. The car accelerated from 0 to 60 miles per hour in a swift 8 seconds, while its maximum speed was recorded at a thrilling 168 miles per hour. In addition, the liftback type car offered seating for five occupants along with a fuel tank that consumed 95-fuel grade. A striking feature of the car was its independent, multi-wishbone, dampers, and helical springs back suspension, which provided outstanding stability, maneuverability and ensured a comfortable ride for the passengers. All these high-end features undoubtedly made the Mercedes-Benz AMG GT, a standout model from 2017 to 2020.

By Robert

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