Mercedes-AMG GT C Roadster (2018), brilliantblau Metalliclack;Kraftstoffverbrauch kombiniert: 12,5 l/100 km, CO2-Emissionen kombiniert: 284 g/km* Mercedes-AMG GT C Roadster (2018), brilliant blue;Combined fuel consumption: 12.5 l/100 km, Combined CO2 emissions: 284 g/km*

Sprayed lips and a botox treatment.

Was the Mercedes-AMG GT ready for an update? In Affalterbach they thought it was high time. It is actually nonsense, because the coupe came on the market in 2014 and got a facelift in early 2017 with, among other things, the arrival of the Panamericana grille. A year and a half later, the knife was re-sharpened for the AMG GT and all the things that Mercedes should have done with the facelift. The renewed AMG can be admired at the Los Angeles Autoshow, in addition to the already announced AMG GT R PRO .

You will not hear Mercedes say the word ‘facelift’ in the mouth, but describe it more as a model year update. The new AMG GT is the easiest to recognize by the new LED headlights, which have been modified. At the rear, the two exhausts have disappeared. From now on the AMG GT comes with four chutes, which is more in line with the AMG GT 4-Door Coupé. To make it even more confusing: the AMG GT has four round outlets, the AMG GT C (coupe and cabrio) have trapezoidal outlets. The AMG GT R could keep its centrally located chimney.

In the interior Mercedes has renewed the infotainment system. From now on you will find a 10.25 inch display. In addition, the analog clocks in the trash can disappear and the brand introduces digital counters on the AMG GT. The power has remained the same in all cases, 476 hp for the GT, 522 hp for the GT S, 557 hp for the GT C and 585 hp for the GT R. Prices of the new GT-series are not yet known.

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