Mercedes-AMG GT 4-Door Coupe revealed

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It can sprint from 0 to 62 miles per hour in 10.5 seconds.

That's just the start though, as further enhancements include: an LED Intelligent Light System with Swarovski crystals and "Exclusive Edition" lettering on the center console cup holder cover, 19-inch light-alloy wheels painted in either Aragonite Silver or Himalaya Grey with Thulium Silver. Just to re-iterate, these are four door coupes and can seat 4/5 people.

The AMG GT 4D is the effective replacement for the CLS 63, although it's more GT Coupe than that and the latest standalone model from AMG. Well the news is good, very good in fact, in that what we instead have is not one, not even two, but three four-doored additions to the AMG GT range. Each model can get over 177mph, but the top speed of the 63 S is a staggering 195mph. For the 2018 S-Class, that includes upgraded sensor technology that looks farther ahead and behind the auto than previous models, and adaptive cruise control that employs navigation Global Positioning System and map data to adjust speed for upcoming curves, turns and intersections. Tucked in between the engine and the AMG Speedshift nine-speed automatic, it arrives with another 21 hp (16 Kw) with 184 pound-feet (249 Newton-meters) of torque.

The vehicle is definitely a handsome creature, no matter which engine option you opt for, and all come with an active aero package that includes an air panel in the front bumper and the retractable rear spoiler. V-8 models also feature active rear-wheel steering. It adds latches in the front bumper, wider side skirts and a modified rear bumper. In a straight line, the spoiler lowers to minimize wind resistance, but in a corner, it raises to increase downforce and improve handling.

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For most buyers, the four-door GT's performance will likely be the most important factor, and at least on paper, AMG definitely delivers. These two versions will be the first to reach dealer showrooms.

Mercedes-AMG have quashed the rumours and finally taken the camo off one of the most eagerly anticipated cars of recent times - The Mercedes-AMG GT 4-Door Coupe in GT 53 and GT 63 forms. And there's an optional "Energizing" comfort control that uses things like the climate control, seats and ambient lighting to either relax or refresh the driver.

Equipment options include the Executive equipment package, which costs £1,395 and upgrades the standard seven-inch central touchscreen media display to a 10.25-inch screen, as well as adding Active Parking Assist with Parktronic, heated front seats and Mirror package.

The bottom of the range begins with an entry-level 429bhp GT 53 4Matic+.