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Mercedes AMG GT at Sindelfingen Center of Excellence

Mercedes AMG GT Black 0 600x334 at Mercedes AMG GT at Sindelfingen Center of Excellence

‘Center of Excellence’ is the name given to a number of special showrooms first created by Daimler to cater to Maybach customers. With the demise of that brand, the facilities are now used to showcase the latest models, and the one in Sindelfingen is where the new Mercedes AMG GT is on display these days.

Looking gorgeous in black, the new sports car not only sits at the top of Mercedes lineup as the new halo model, it also showcases the latest evolution of the brand’s design language. Mercedes AMG GT replaces the SLS super car, but unlike that car it is more about handling and the sensation of driving than outright performance in straight line. In other words, the GT is more of a sports car than muscle car.

Here’s the most important facts and figures about the Mercedes AMG GT. Make sure you also check out the official press photos, driving footage, and renderings of the car as Roadster and Black Series.

Mercedes-AMG GT S Mercedes-AMG GT
Displacement 3982 cc 3982 cc
Output 375 kW (510 hp)
at 6250 rpm
(6000-6500 rpm)
340 kW (462 hp)
at 6000 rpm
Max. torque 650 Nm
at 1750-4750 rpm
(1750-5000 rpm)
600 Nm
at 1600-5000 rpm
Fuel consumption NEDC combined 9.4 l/100 km 9.3 l/100 km
CO2 emissions 219 g/km 216 g/km
Kerb weight (according to EC) 1570 kg / 1645 kg 1540 kg / 1615 kg
Power-to-weight ratio 3.08 / 3.22kg/hp 3.33 / 3.49kg/hp
Acceleration 0-100 km/h 3.8 s 4.0 s
Top speed 310 km/h 304 km/h

Photos via MBpassion

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