Mercedes-AMG GT C Coupe: All Couped Up

Mercedes-AMG GT C Coupe: All Couped Up

June 15, 2020 by Nate Chapnick

As the temperature rises and you’re becoming stir crazy after being cooped up in quarantine these past couple months, Mercedes-AMG GT Coupe offers the ultimate release of your pent up yearning to blow off some steam and burn some rubber. With its eye-catching design and incredible twin-turbocharged V8 engine, the AMG GT C Coupe will easily pull at your heartstrings.

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Inside, the AMG GT C Coupe is a driver-focused experience with a cockpit that virtually wraps around the driver. A 12.-3-inch fully digital instrument cluster and a 10.25-inch multimedia center display is intuitively controlled through the new AMG steering wheel and the touchpad on the center console.

A bank of AMG capacitive touch performance buttons illuminate when the car starts and allows you to adjust everything from the sound of the exhaust to the suspension settings. Look at the door and see the gorgeous aluminum Burmester speaker grilles, their form matched only by the sounds they generate.

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Speaking of sounds, prepare yourself for a thrill when you hear the throaty AMG GT C Coupe’s 4.0-liter V8 biturbo engine growl to life. A low burble humms in the background until you mash on the gas or the press the brake and that’s when you can hear a few pops from the GT C’s adjustable Performance Exhaust System. With 550 horsepower and 502 lb.-ft. of torque, zero to 60 mph takes just 3.6 seconds in the GT C, while the top speed is a mind-blurring 196 mph.

On the road, the AMG GT C Coupe shows off an uncanny agility. A rear-axle steering system makes crowded suburban parking lots feel like a wide-open prairie, allowing the GT C to easily fit into awkward parking spaces or make tight turns with surprising ease. Meanwhile, at speeds above 62 mph, the rear wheels point in the same direction as the front wheels to improve high speed stability. The AMG sport-tuned suspension with AMG Ride Control further enhances performance with infinitely variable and adaptive damping.

Check out the new Mercedes-AMG GT C Coupe at your local Mercedes dealer now with a starting price of $150,900.













Mercedes-AMG GT C Coupe: All Couped Up

June 15, 2020 by Nate Chapnick

As the temperature rises and you’re becoming stir crazy after being cooped up in quarantine these past couple months, Mercedes-AMG GT Coupe offers the ultimate release of your pent up yearning to blow off some steam and burn some rubber. With its eye-catching design and incredible twin-turbocharged V8 engine, the AMG GT C Coupe will easily pull at your heartstrings.

MercedesAMGGTCCoupe1.jpg

Inside, the AMG GT C Coupe is a driver-focused experience with a cockpit that virtually wraps around the driver. A 12.-3-inch fully digital instrument cluster and a 10.25-inch multimedia center display is intuitively controlled through the new AMG steering wheel and the touchpad on the center console.

A bank of AMG capacitive touch performance buttons illuminate when the car starts and allows you to adjust everything from the sound of the exhaust to the suspension settings. Look at the door and see the gorgeous aluminum Burmester speaker grilles, their form matched only by the sounds they generate.

MercedesAMGGTCCoupe5.jpg

Speaking of sounds, prepare yourself for a thrill when you hear the throaty AMG GT C Coupe’s 4.0-liter V8 biturbo engine growl to life. A low burble humms in the background until you mash on the gas or the press the brake and that’s when you can hear a few pops from the GT C’s adjustable Performance Exhaust System. With 550 horsepower and 502 lb.-ft. of torque, zero to 60 mph takes just 3.6 seconds in the GT C, while the top speed is a mind-blurring 196 mph.

On the road, the AMG GT C Coupe shows off an uncanny agility. A rear-axle steering system makes crowded suburban parking lots feel like a wide-open prairie, allowing the GT C to easily fit into awkward parking spaces or make tight turns with surprising ease. Meanwhile, at speeds above 62 mph, the rear wheels point in the same direction as the front wheels to improve high speed stability. The AMG sport-tuned suspension with AMG Ride Control further enhances performance with infinitely variable and adaptive damping.

Check out the new Mercedes-AMG GT C Coupe at your local Mercedes dealer now with a starting price of $150,900.