2024 Mercedes-AMG GT Coupe: Spring Release Priced at $134,900

2024 Mercedes-AMG GT Coupe: Reviving the ICE with Dual 4.0L V8 Biturbo Options

As the automotive sector increasingly shifts towards electric vehicles (EVs) each year, it seems that the days of the Mercedes Benz internal combustion engine are numbered. The German brand currently provides various fully electric options in its EQ range of EVs, and we recently caught a glimpse of them testing an all-electric AMG GT 4 door, indicating a move away from traditional ICE engines even in their high-performance sports cars.

Despite this, it’s not as though their Internal Combustion Engine (ICE) cars are giving up without a struggle. As a matter of fact, they have just revealed the cost for the forthcoming 2024 Mercedes-AMG GT coupe editions, which are both equipped with their renowned AMG 4.0L V8 Biturbo motor. The leading Mercedes AMG variant commences at $134,900 and is set to hit dealership floors this upcoming spring season.

The latest Mercedes AMG-GT Coupe doesn’t hold back, even in its entry-level AMG GT 55 model. It delivers a stunning 469 horsepower with ease. And if that’s not enough for you, the AMG GT 63 is the way to go, boasting an impressive 577 horsepower, on par with the AMG GT 4-door coupe. Both versions are equipped with the renowned AMG 4.0L V8 Biturbo engine and utilize the AMG Performance 4MATIC+ fully adaptable all-wheel drive system.

Similar to all other Mercedes-AMG offerings, the interior components exude top-notch quality. There is a plethora of options for personalizing the exterior, such as a selection of 11 paint colors (inclusive of 6 exclusive MANUFAKTUR finishes), various 20 and 21-inch wheels, and availability of an AMG Night package. This package will entail a blacked-out radiator grille with an AMG emblem in black.

To conclude, the AMG Aerodynamics Package adds to the sleek appearance of the coupe and also decreases lift on the front axle while boosting downforce on the rear. Even though electric vehicles are becoming more prevalent, this particular model demonstrates that Mercedes maintains confidence in their dominant V8 engines. Despite being priced considerably higher than the AMG GT 4-door, the 2-door Coupe serves as a reminder that some companies are still committed to producing traditional and desirable 2-door models.

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