/Mercedes AMG GT Looks Scary in Police Uniform!

Mercedes AMG GT Looks Scary in Police Uniform!

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German Police is used to getting a Porsche cruiser once in a while, but it is the first time, to our knowledge, a Mercedes-Benz is poised to get the job. And what a Benz it is, the extremely sporty Mercedes AMG GT two-seater super car.

Even if this Mercedes AMG GT police car is wearing the livery just for the sake of the show, it is still a lot cooler than that other Mercedes super police car, which is Dubai Police’s SLS AMG. Despite being smaller and a lot more efficient, the AMG GT matches the SLS’ performance and beats it even when it comes to handling. Granted, the SLS is scarier looking which is a good quality for a cop car. But if we were a deputy and could choose between the two, we’d definitely go for the GT.

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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