The long, low and sleek coupé profile of the Mercedes-AMG GT 63 S 4-door Coupé conceals an interior that’s surprisingly spacious, though if you’re over six-foot tall you might find rear headroom marginal. Four seats come as standard for the full business class effect, though a five-seat configuration is an option. At the front is the now iconic AMG ‘Panamerica’ grille with vertical vanes, beneath which nestles a ‘jet-wing’ front spoiler with two enormous air intakes. The 20-fin Air Panel grille at the front and multi-stage extending rear spoiler offer active aero.
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Under the bonnet is AMG’s technology-laden 4.0-litre V8 engine, featuring twin ‘hot side inside’ turbos that nestle within the V of the engine for better efficiency, low-rev torque and throttle response. It delivers a remarkable 639 (metric) horsepower, blitzing the 0-62mph benchmark in just 3.2 seconds and offering a (theoretical) top speed of 196mph. As the ‘4MATIC’ name implies, the engine sends its power to all four wheels, with a 9-speed dual-shift gearbox to keep the changes fast and seamless. Other engineering highlights include air suspension, adaptive damping, rear steering, dynamic engine mounts and the AMG Dynamic Select drive system, which spans six set-ups from Slippery through to Race.
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Mercedes-Benz has a long history of pioneering safety technology, and as a flagship model the GT 63 S 4-door does everything in its power first to prevent you getting into danger and then mitigate any potential collision damage. Active Lane Keeping Assist, Active Brake Assist, Blind Spot Assist and Traffic Sign Assist are among the active safety systems, while the AMG three-stage Electronic Stability Programme (ESP) allows you to select the level at which it will intervene to prevent a loss of traction. High-performance ceramic composite disc brakes are an option, as is the Driving Assistance package of intelligent semi-autonomous driving systems to keep you safe on the road.
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Unlike the snug confines of the two-door AMG GT, the dashboard of the Mercedes-AMG GT 4-door has space for the company’s widescreen cockpit featuring two fully digital colour displays, each with a screen diagonal of 12.3 inches, beneath a continuous glass cover. There’s also a choice of display styles, namely: ‘Classic’, ‘Sport’, ‘Progressive’ and ‘Subtle’. Other luxuries include a Burmester surround sound system, augmented reality navigation and AMG Track Pace, which analyses your lap times like your own personal race engineer. Not so handy for the M25, but ideal for the Nürburgring.