The Mercedes-AMG lineup has seen a lot of new models added to its ranks recently, and even though the Mercedes-AMG GT is the clear favorite, itís still hard to pick the best of the lot.
Thatís probably because theyíre quite different cars. Even the most recent of them, the Mercedes-AMG C63 Coupe, has a very different audience than the sedan itís based on. They may share most of the underneaths (even though the Coupe actually has wider tracks, for example), but you canít deny the fact that the standard C63 can act as a perfectly practical saloon, while the C63 Coupe is a perfectly impractical coupe, no matter what Mercedes-AMG is trying to sell us.
And to make matters worse, thereís also a blast from the past present on the track, riding alongside these current models: the gullwing-doored Mercedes-Benz SLS AMG. There, pick one, if you can.
The AMG Gt is handling the track very well especially on the curves. The Sedan...not so much.
Do you think at this point they would actually make changes to the sedan because of this, or is it more about testing the vehicles to just get some numbers and measurements, not make any changes with regards to them?