The next generation Mercedes-AMG GT coupe has appeared on the webAugust 21, 2020
An image of the new (second in a row) generation German sports coupe Mercedes-AMG GT has appeared on the web. The render is based on the noticed prototypes of the novelty.
Before the presentation of the high-performance German Mercedes-AMG GT coupe in the most powerful performance of the Black Series (pictured below), it was said that a completely new generation of a sports model would soon appear. The car was first presented in the fall of 2014, which means that it is already entering its seventh year of presence in the automotive markets. It’s probably safe to assume that 2021 will be the last model year for the current car generation.
The all-new AMG GT Coupe is slated to debut in the first half of 2022, according to various sources.
Until that happened, Motor.es decided to imagine what the novelty could be. As a result, the new second generation has received a slightly smaller size and more elegant appearance.
Rumor has it that this generation of coupe will be offered with four, six and eight-cylinder engines paired with an electric motor. All powertrains will only be available with a nine-speed automatic transmission that sends power to all four wheels via a variable all-wheel drive system.
It is also believed that production of the AMG GT Convertible (convertible) will be discontinued – instead, a new SL roadster will appear on the conveyors, and the AMG GT will be offered only as a coupe. We’ve already seen test prototypes of the new SL on public roads, and more than likely.
Not so long ago, our publication wrote that Mercedes-AMG showed the capabilities of the One hypercar on the race track. The German automaker has published a video showing the process of a test drive of the Mercedes-AMG Project One hypercar on the race track. The prototype of the novelty was camouflaged.
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