Mercedes AMG GT is Unfortunately Cool

Mercedes AMG GT is unfortunately a cool car? Why? Mercedes engineers decided to offer more sportive driving characteristics and try to eliminate the negative impacts of heavy gearbox and engine whilst cornering. Thus, Mercedes AMG GT offers active engine and transmission mounts controlled by the software controlled. Instead of using plastic engine mounts that are static, Mercedes AMG GT can control its engine mounts like Porsche 911 Turbo and reduce the negative effects the engine and transmission. And these are the cool bits from the AMG GT.
However, the exterior design is not that tempting! AMG GT looks way way better than SLS AMG, however the rear-end resembles too much with Renault Laguna coupe and Mercedes S-Coupe. Also the roof is similar to Jaguar F-Type Coupe. Lastly, the front headlights are look-a-like of Mercedes A-Class. I can understand one or two minor resemblance with other cars regarding to design, however these resemblances are reduces the attractiveness and the uniqueness of the car. Ten years ago, Lexus was resembling with main stream cars, now Mercedes does the same. 
Glad to see that Mercedes realised that SLS AMG was not looking good and they removed the exterior and interior mistakes from the AMG GT. In terms of interior design of AMG GT, it is really good and way better than the SLS AMG. In terms of its competitors, it is better than the Ferrari! At least, Mercedes is not using Chrysler navigation.
Another big advantages of Mercedes AMG GT is the safety systems. AMG GT offers Collision Prevention Assist Plus, Adaptive Brake, Attention Assist and the tyre pressure monitoring system. Optional extras available include; Adaptive Highbeam Assist; PRE-SAFE system, Parktronic, Reversing camera, Lane Tracking package including Lane Keeping Assist and Blind Spot Assist, Blind Spot Assist and Traffic Sign Assist (included in COMAND Online)
Unfortunately, none of the competitors offer any pre-crash systems like Mercedes. 
But I still love Mercedes McLaren SLR!
Technical details of Mercedes AMG GT and AMG GT S:
Mercedes-AMG GT S
Mercedes-AMG GT
3982 cc
3982 cc
375 kW (510 hp)
at 6250 rpm
(6000-6500 rpm*)
340 kW (462 hp)
at 6000 rpm
Max. torque
650 Nm
at 1750-4750 rpm
(1750-5000 rpm*)
600 Nm
at 1600-5000 rpm
Fuel consumption NEDC combined
9.4 l/100 km
9.3 l/100 km
CO2 emissions
219 g/km
216 g/km
Kerb weight (according to EC)
1570 kg** / 1645 kg***
1540 kg** / 1615 kg***
Power-to-weight ratio
3.08** / 3.22*** kg/hp
3.33** / 3.49*** kg/hp
Acceleration 0-100 km/h
3.8 s
4.0 s
Top speed
310 km/h****
304 km/h****

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