Updated Mercedes-AMG GT began to produce in GermanyMarch 31, 2019
The cars will be produce at the plant in Sindelfingen. And the first to go off the assembly line was a car in the GT R Pro modification.
The debut of the expected novelties took place in November 2018 at the Los Angeles Auto Show. However, mass production began only now. The debut car was the GT R Pro coupe version in white with black stripes. Compared with the racing AMG GT3 and AMG GT4, the updated version has a number of changes designed to improve car handling and safety for its owners.
For better ride comfort, engineers have implemented a custom screw suspension and torsion anti-roll bar. To increase the level of safety, a protection system was developed for overturning a car.
The rigidity of the car was also increased due to the carbon panel in the bottom. The “heart” of a sports car is its engine. Under the hood, the Mercedes-AMG GT R Pro hides a 4-liter engine with an output of 585 hp. Dial the first “hundred” coupe can in 3.6 seconds.
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