/Mercedes AMG GT Catches Stars in New Promo

Mercedes AMG GT Catches Stars in New Promo

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To make the latest promotional clip for the Mercedes AMG GT Daimler’s media team went to the amazing Europa Park in Rust, Germany. As with most of their recent ads, the story of this one happens at night, when the sports car goes through “magical and dangerous” places to catch some real stars.

As you would expect, those real stars are a number of other Mercedes models. The question is, why do these Mercs congregate at an amusement park at night? Creepy…

With 510 horsepower from a 4.0 liter bi-turbo V8 engine, a seven-speed dual-clutch transmission, and a super sophisticated chassis and suspension system, not to mention advanced driving aids, Mercedes AMG GT is more at home on a race track than a theme park. Unlike the previous high-end AMG models, the GT is a true sports car, not a barking mad muscle car dressed in an Armani suit.

Mercedes AMG GT S Highlights:

  • Handbuilt AMG 4.0-liter V8 biturbo engine – the world’s first sports car engine with the turbos inside the V of the engine and dry sump lubrication
  • 0-60 mph time of 3.7 seconds (preliminary); 193 mph top speed
  • 7-speed dual-clutch transmission with electronically controlled limited slip differential
  • AMG Dynamic Exhaust System with electronically controlled variable vane
  • AMG Dynamic suspension
  • AMG DYNAMIC SELECT with multiple driver selectable suspension and steering modes
  • AMG Performance steering wheel with shift paddles
  • High-quality Nappa leather
  • Numerous trim options, including silver chrome, matte carbon fiber, high-gloss carbon fiber, black diamond and matte silver fiberglass
  • Advanced safety technologies, including COLLISION PREVENTION ASSIST PLUS, Adaptive Braking technology, ATTENTION ASSIST, PARKTRONIC, Rearview Camera, and the PRE-SAFE® system
  • Optional Lane Keeping Assist and Blind Spot Assist

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