Mercedes AMG GT Spied Cold Weather Testing
Mercedes AMG GT (C190) Spied testing out in the cold wearing light camo
by John Clark | 26 February 2014
In an effort to prepare for the impending ice age we seem to be headed into, Mercedes is testing the AMG GT (C190) out in the cold. Keep in mind however, that just because it can handle cold weather and snow, you’re better off swapping it out on snowy days for a G-Wagon – you never now when you’ll find yourself doing battle with a passing snow plow.
Based on the latest photos and thanks to the less bulky camo, you can see that the AMG GT has been influence more by the SLS than previously thought. It features a large front grille and LED headlights at the front of a very long hood and dual exhaust setup.
The standard Mercedes AMG GT will pull its power from a twin-turbo V8 4.0 liter engine that is capable of outputting 485 HP while the upgraded S or Black Series will up horsepower to 550 HP.
Expect to see the C190 on public display at the Paris Motor Show before heading into dealers in 2015 at a starting price around 110,000EUR.
Check out the photo gallery below for a look at the all-new AMG GT and stay tuned as we will continue to bring you news as it becomes available.
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