The 4-Door replaces the CLS and while it’s intended to be a saloon version of the brawny GT Coupe, it shares more in common with the E-Class Mercedes than it does with the race-bred AMG GT sports coupe

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Mercedes-AMG GT 4-Door Coupe: Do Two More Doors Kill A Great GT?


There’s no question the AMG GT Coupe is one good-looking car but how does that translate to a four-door saloon body? Mercedes-AMG hopes it’s a winner.


Mercedes-AMG has replaced its CLS performance model with a monster four-door sports sedan it hopes will steal sales from the BMW M6 Gran Coupe, Porsche Panamera and Audi RS7.


Two versions will arrive in the second quarter of next year with the twin-turbo, 4-litre V8 AMG GT 63 S accompanied by the AMG GT 53 with its new inline six-cylinder engine. While it’s intended to be a saloon version of the brawny GT Coupe, it shares more in common with the E-Class Mercedes than it does with the race-bred AMG GT sports coupe


Remove the slick body and you will find the MRA longitudinal-engine, rear-wheel-drive architecturefrom the E-Class Mercedes instead of the AMG GT platform underneath. [To be continued...]

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