Mercedes-Benz AMG GT 4-Door (2019–)

Model History

March 2018

Mercedes unveils AMG GT 4-Door

The AMG 4.0-litre V8 biturbo engine is already used in numerous AMG models. Its output has been enhanced yet further for the new Mercedes‑AMG GT 63 S 4MATIC+. It delivers 639PS and a maximum torque of 900Nm, which is available over a wide engine speed range from 2500 to 4500 rpm.

The top engine of the new four-door AMG GT thus exudes effortless superiority in every engine speed range. Acceleration from 0-62mph 3.2 seconds clearly illustrates this, as does the maximum speed of 315 km/h.

In the Mercedes-AMG GT 63 4MATIC+ the V8 unit provides 585PS and 800Nm maximum torque. The sprint from standstill to 62mph lasts just 3.4 seconds, and the top speed is 310 km/h.

For maximum efficiency, Mercedes-AMG has also equipped the V8 engines with the AMG Cylinder Management cylinder deactivation system. In the partial-load range, cylinders two, three, five and eight are deactivated, which crucially reduces the fuel consumption.

Alongside the two V8 engines the new four-door sports car is also available as the Mercedes-AMG GT 53 4MATIC+ with the innovative AMG six-cylinder inline engine. The 435PS 3.0-litre unit is characterised by high performance, supported by a boost effect with an output of up to 22PS and 250Nm of torque.

The EQ Boost starter-alternator combines a starter motor and alternator in a powerful electric motor and is between the engine and transmission. This intelligent combination, along with efficient charging with the electric additional compressor (eZV) and exhaust air turbocharger helps ensure the hallmark AMG performance and driving dynamics but also cuts consumption and emissions at the same time. The four-door AMG GT 53 accelerates from zero to 100 km/h in just 4.5 seconds, and achieves a top speed of 285 km/h.

As an exclusive in its market segment the new AMG GT 4-Door Coupé can also be equipped with an Aerodynamics package. It contains additional flics and an enlarged front splitter, which further optimises the air flow and output level at the front axle.

The same applies to the modified diffuser in conjunction with the fixed rear aerofoil, which is also available in carbon fibre if desired. The three-dimensional wing profile can be manually adjusted, in order to adapt the car to the conditions of different race circuits, for instance. The Aero package increases the negative lift force at the rear axle, but the wind resistance remains unchanged.

Two high-resolution displays each measuring 12.3 inches dominate the Widescreen Cockpit, which is standard in the V8 and optional in the inline 6-cylinder version. Three different styles are available for selection for these all-digital displays: "Classic", "Sport" and the completely new "Supersport". Depending on the driving style or interior equipment, the different styles can be set at any time via the instrument cluster or the central display.

Via the left-hand Touch Control Button on the steering wheel, preferred information can be projected onto the left- or right-hand side of the instrument – for example, the classic speedometer and tachometer, information on navigation or assistance systems through to detailed engine data. Especially sporty drivers can also fade in a g-force display or the current output and torque values.

As an option the performance steering wheel can be equipped with extra innovative features. They consist of a round controller with an integral display beneath the right-hand steering-wheel spoke, plus two vertically positioned colour display buttons beneath the left-hand steering-wheel spoke.

The AMG drive programs can be actuated directly via the controller. The selected drive program is shown on the colour TFT display directly integrated in the controller.

A new and unique feature comes in the form of the colour display buttons, integrated into the distinctive and tailor-made trim element, for the integral display and control of the transmission logics, suspension, ESP, exhaust system, start/stop function and rear aerofoil. With their TFT technology the display buttons use coloured, intuitively comprehensible symbols to show the function and are easy to operate with just a small tap of the finger.

The driver's and front passenger seat can be configured in different scenarios. The selection ranges from the sporty, comfortable seat and a seat with elegant diamond quilting to an extremely contoured performance seat with an integral head restraint.

The four-door AMG GT also offers different seating configurations. These range from an asymmetrically folding rear bench seat for the family to two variants with two individual seats respectively. The High-Class variant has everything a business saloon requires. The rear passengers can select diverse features via a touchpad screen integrated into the console between the seats. The features range from calling up the dynamism data via the AMG menu to controlling the ambient lighting or the climate control and seat heating.

The boot capacity of up to 395 litres is supplemented by around a further 60 litres beneath the boot floor. With the backrests folded down the capacity is up to 1324 litres. The wide load compartment opening makes it easier to load and unload luggage and other items.

October 2018

Orders open for AMG-GT 4-door

The Mercedes-AMG GT 4MATIC+ Four-Door Coupe is now on sale, with prices starting at £121,350 for the GT 63 4MATIC+. The GT 63 S 4MATIC+ is available from £135,550, while the GT 63 S 4MATIC+ Edition 1 starts at £148,950.

Standard equipment on the GT 63 includes 20-inch AMG 5-double-spoke light- alloy wheels, Multibeam LED Intelligent headlights; parking package and 360° camera, 12.3-inch infotainment and cockpit display, creating a widescreen effect, ambient lighting with a choice of 64 colours, heated front and rear seats, Comand Online infotainment system, AMG Track Pace, wireless charging, Keyless-Go Comfort package, including keyless start and hands-free access, and fully automatic opening and closing of boot lid; Burmester surround sound system and AMG Performance steering wheel in Nappa leather.

The GT 63 S adds the AMG Dynamic Plus package, which includes electronic rear-axle differential lock, ‘RACE’ drive mode including ‘Drift-Mode’, larger front brake discs and yellow painted AMG brake calipers; 20-inch AMG mutli- spoke alloy wheels, an AMG Performance steering wheel, upholstered in Dinamica microfibre, comes as standard.

The limited edition AMG GT 63 S Edition 1 comes as standard with Graphite Grey magno paint; 21-inch cross-spoke forged wheels with black inserts; an Aerodynamics package, including a fixed rear aerofoil in high-gloss black and optimised front apron with a front splitter; Premium Plus package, AMG Carbon Matte trim, AMG Nappa leather Magma grey seats with yellow contrast stitching, black Dinamica headlining, Memory package, Air Balance and AMG Night package.

The £3600 Premium Plus package – standard on the GT 63 S Edition 1 – adds Air Balance package; ENERGIZING Comfort; active multicontour seats with massage function; head-up display, soft door close, and climatised front seats.

For £3,695, customers can opt for the Rear Luxury Lounge package which includes individual rear seats, centre console and touch-screen centre display with infotainment function access, Thermotronic automatic climate control, pre-installation for a tablet PC, wireless phone charging for rear passengers, climatised cup holders.

What does a Mercedes-Benz AMG GT 4-Door (2019) cost?

List Price from £140,495
Buy new from £123,976