2019 Mercedes AMG GT Specs Info And Update
2019 Mercedes AMG GT. The Mercedes-AMG GT 2019 lineup is set for a nested arrival to America with the first entry, the R Coupe, where the showrooms arrive this summer. It will be followed by the GT Coupe, GT Roadster, GT Coupe and JC Roadster “before the fall”, and finally the C Coupe by late autumn. Pricing will be released for all closer to the dates of sale. The Mercedes and AMG partnership began 50 years ago this year and, to celebrate the occasion, they have developed a new model: the Mercedes-AMG GT Coupe 2019, which first appeared at the 2018 Detroit Motor Show along with revised 2019 GT and GT S coupe.
This year marks the 50th anniversary of the Mercedes-AMG partnership and to help celebrate, the automaker came out of the most recent repetitions of its hot family in Detroit. The Grand Tour was the first global appearance of the new 2019 Mercedes AMG GT, a solid brother to the 2019 Roadster GT that was rebuffed last fall in Paris along with the entry-level GS Roadster. The newcomer comes from the 2019 Mercedes AMG GT S and the Mercedes-AMG GT R inspired by the competition, and later this year, with the first 50 units of the GT Coupe and GT-R Roadster models being unique Editions 50.
The Coupe boasts the same bold treatment, the extended rear-end motor, the wider rear track, the active rear wheel steering wheel, the limited-slip electronic differential, the AMG sports suspension with variable damping control, the complete AMG Dynamic Plus package. When finished in the 50 version range, the Mercedes-Amag GT Coupé – and the Roadster – featuring Designo Gray Graphite Magno Paint set off with black chrome trim highlights that extend to the finish on the cross – spoke Amig forged alloy wheels in addition to the “50th Edition” Deck on deck. The cabin features an exclusive Nappa silver and black pearl with gray diamond stitching as well as an exclusive carbon fiber blend and black trim piano as part of the standard interior AMG package.
Other items include the silver seatbelts, the GT-50 Edition head restraints and the Burmester-Sorround Sound sound system. While the big news at Motor City was the introduction of a 2019 Mercedes AMG GT Coupe, the 2019 Mercedes AMG GT and S models also benefit from a selection of significant improvements. The most obvious change is the adoption of the Amang Panamericana grille that reflects the appearance of the current Mercedes-AMG GT3 racing car and also dominates the 2019 Mercedes AMG GT and GT-R models. Such cars, GT and GT S now have an AirPanel Active Shutter Management System that improves cooling The engine helps reduce drag speeds up.
In addition to a range of new and available wheel design options, the G and G S option options also grow for 2019 thanks to the availability of the interior AMG package as well as the AMG Xterior carbon fiber package. Buyers will also be able to choose the exclusive Exclusive Napa leather and heated / ventilated seats AMG performance. Also on display is the AMG Track application which helps drivers hone their skills as well as enable their smartphones to record lap / strip times, telemetry and video.
With the participation of the major mechanical mechanisms with the 2019 Mercedes AMG GT Roadster, the new GT Coupe has a 4.0-liter V-engine of the BMW V8, making 550 hp and 502 lb-ft torque shipped to The rear wheels are powered by a 7-speed AMG Speed Shift with a double-clutch automatic transmission with detailed ratios and a racing mode to enhance the response on the track and help lift 60 mph in just 3.7 ticks.
And the performance punch, the 4.0-liter Viterbo V8 AMG has also made significant changes to 2019. The G-shape will develop 469 horsepower and 465 lb-ft of torque compared to the current 456 and 443.The product jumps S from 503 to 515 horses and from 479 to 494 lb ft of peak evolution. As announced earlier, the GT R will remain above the GT ladder, making 577 horsepower and 516 lb-ft of torque.
The GTR will be the first of the revised coupons to arrive, and traders arrive in late summer, with the GT and the rest of the model lineup arriving sometimes in the fall. Does the 2019 Mercedes AMG GT really need to provide six variants of the GT sports car? Well, does Porsche really need to make 19 variations of the Carrera 911? of course not. But we will not be the ones who tell them to stop.