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Tuesday, November 22, 2016

Mercedes - AMG GT R Review

The Mercedes-AMG GT (C190) is a 2-door 2-seater fixed-head coupe produced by Mercedes-AMG. The sports car is presented on 9. September, 2014 and was officially presented to the public in October at the 2014 Paris Motor Show.[4] the SLS AMG it is the second sports car in-house development by Mercedes-AMG. The car is produced in two power variants, with the GT-S (C120), with a slightly higher power. Both models went on sale in March 2015 with a GT3 variant of the car, you are expected to be in 2016. All variants are assembled at the Mercedes-Benz plant in Sindelfingen, Germany.

The interior of the Mercedes-AMG GT was previewed on April 16, 2014. The car made its debut at 9. September, 2014 and was officially presented to the public in October at the 2014 Paris Motor Show with two performance options: the GT with 340 kW (462 PS; 456 HP), the GT S with 375 kW (510 PS; 503 HP). The GT has a torque of 600 N·m (443 lb·ft), and the GT S has a torque of 650 N·m (479 lb·ft).

Mercedes-AMG GT S formula 1 safety car
The GT S, the formula 1 is the current safety car, after he made his debut in this role at the 2015 Australian Grand Prix.

Shortly after his release, Mercedes-AMG CEO, Tobias Moers, a Black Series variant of the Mercedes promised-AMG GT. Mercedes-Benz has confirmed that the new Mercedes-AMG GT S priced from $129,900

Mercedes - AMG GT R in design Review

The GT's exterior has been kept the design similar to the previous SLS AMG. It has the wide wheel arches and the lower body shell of the SLS, but not has his gull-wing doors. The large hood and the slim windscreen have also remained the same. The outer lead designer Mark Fetherston, whose previous works include the W176 A-class, CLA-class and the SLS. The interior, designed by Jan Kaul, has a large center console and decorative elements in leather-and carbon-polymer design.The trunk offers space for a medium-sized suitcase.

The structure of the vehicle is made of 93% aluminum, wherein the front module base is made of magnesium.

The GT uses a front-mid-engine, rear-wheel drive layout, with the engine in the interior of the vehicle wheelbase. The space-frame chassis and body shell are made from aluminum alloys, while the trunk lid is made of steel and the engine bonnet magnesium. The suspensions are double wishbone and knuckle arms front and rear, with forged aluminum transverse.

The car is powered by a front mid-mounted motor M178 4-Liter twin-turbo V8. This new V8 is in "hot inside V" configuration—with exhaust and turbochargers inside the cylinder to reduce the banks turbo hole and used a dry-sump lubrication. Power transmission to the rear wheels through a transaxle 7-speed AMG SPEEDSHIFT dual-clutch; the GT-S model uses an electronically-controlled mechanical limited-slip differential.In a road test run by car and driver, the GT S accelerates from 0-60 km / h in 3.0 seconds and the quarter-mile ran in 11.2 seconds.

A new high-performance variant of the GT was revealed at the Goodwood Festival of Speed on the 24. June, 2016. It has the same 4.0 L twin-Turbo V8 engine (M178) used in the GT and GT S, but with the performance of 430 kW; 577 HP) increased to 585 HP (and torque is increased to 700 N·m (520 lb·ft). The GT-R accelerates from 0 to 100 km/h (62 mph) in 3.6 seconds and has a claimed top speed of 320 km/h (200 mph).

      Mercedes - AMG GT R

The GT-R has some cosmetic changes in comparison with the standard car, especially the vertical slats in the grille, a fixed rear wing, new front air intakes, and new front and rear diffusers. The styling of the GT-R is more race car are comparable with the AMG GT3. The GT-R will go on sale in November 2016, with deliveries expected in 2017.

There is a lap on the Nürburgring-Nordschleife track in 7:19, so that the AMG GT-R is around 9 seconds faster than the BMW M4 GTS

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