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Mercedes-AMG GT4 Is A Balanced Vehicle



Some performance vehicles are destined for the track and not much else, while others are designed for on road comfort and that all important premium feel. Well the new road-going version of the Mercedes-AMG GT4 balances both functionality and sportiness to provide you with a performance daily driver.

Much of the modelís specifications are still under wraps, but CarScoops was told that the AMG GT4 will "seamlessly continue the success story of the AMG GT." As nice as the AMG GT family is, they just donít seem like a daily driver you could take on road trips.

Thatís where the AMG GT4ís "dynamic fastback" comes in, a large tailgate hiding a "variable interior and luggage compartment." The new high-performance four-door coupe will have ample space for your daily needs whilst being fully capable of tearing down through the Nurburgring.

Thereís also talk of hybrid powertrain as Mercedes is looking to develop "segment-specific hybrids" for an "impressive performance gain" as well as "maximum efficiency." First in line with such a powertrain is the CLS 53, which is powered by a 429 hp 3.0-liter six-cylinder engine and a 67 hp electric motor. Thatís a combined output of 496 hp.

Set to debut at the Los Angeles Auto Show I, perhaps Mercedes will reveal the new AMG GT4 alongside it.
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Sports cars are fun to drive, but when you live in an area where the local government aren't too keen on fixing the roads, the ride can be jarring sometimes. I assume the Mercedes-AMG GT4 won't be as stiff in that regard and it'll have enough luggage space for road trips.
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Sports cars are fun to drive, but when you live in an area where the local government aren't too keen on fixing the roads, the ride can be jarring sometimes. I assume the Mercedes-AMG GT4 won't be as stiff in that regard and it'll have enough luggage space for road trips.
In that case sometimes you just have to better plan your route since there are often alternatives if a smooth road really matters to you. Best case scenario is you'll be dodging some imperfections in the road consistently. These MB's can take the abuse so I wouldn't worry much.
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