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Mercedes-AMG Edition 50 Series

To celebrate this milestone, a series of Edition 50 models will be unleashed. The line-up includes the new AMG GT C Roadster, C 63 Cabriolet, C 63 S Cabriolet, C 43 4MATIC Coupé and the C 43 4MATIC Cabriolet. Each model features a specifically designed package dedicated to the 50th-anniversary tribute. 
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Mercedes-AMG opens showroom in Tokyo

Located in Tokyo’s Setagaya district, the standalone dealership is focused around the Mercedes-AMG GT R, the latest addition to the sports car brand. With this new outlet in Tokyo, customers can experience the brand universe of AMG on two storeys, with the focus in the showroom exclusively around the models and themes of the brand. Continue Reading

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The Mercedes-AMG ‘Project One’ hypercar release update

AMG’s 50th birthday celebrations will culminate in the reveal of the F1-engined Project One hypercar at the Frankfurt motor show in September. Daimler CEO Dr Zetsche told TopGear.com: “The hypercar will be the missing link legitimising the integration of AMG with the Formula One team. It will be limited production, and ideally we want it to be sold out before the first one is delivered. It’s the first street legal car with a Formula One engine, and will be perceived as the ultimate sports car. We have relatively strong indications that this could be an achievable target.” Continue Reading

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Mercedes-AMG GT R laps Nürburgring in 7:10.9 mins

Through the Green Hell in just 7:10.9 minutes – the Mercedes-AMG GT R was faster than any other road-going sports car ever tested. Hence, the 430 kW (585 PS) “Beast of the Green Hell” more than lived up to its name. Continue Reading

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Mercedes-AMG confirms F1-engined hypercar

The early sketch was revealed at the Paris Motorshow, and the the hybrid hypercar will use the engine and electric motor systems from its title-winning F1 car. This is the street car with a Formula 1 engine – and it won’t be watered-down. Continue Reading

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Mercedes AMG brings F1 success to the roads with the Green Hell GT R

Sourcing research and development from its very successful formula one team, mercedesAMG packed the latest from motorsport technology into its latest ’AMG GT R’. the front mid-engine concept with a twin-turbo V8 engine outputting 585 HP, the extensively modified suspension, the adapted aerodynamics and the lightweight construction lay the foundations for an intense dynamic driving experience. Continue Reading

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Mercedes-AMG designed for 2 wheels with Rotwild GT S mountain bike

Sourcing its influence from the new mercedes-AMG GT automobile, the ROTWILD ‘GT S’ mountain bike has been developed for the toughest off-road conditions. with professional feedback from top athletes in the AMG ROTWILD MTB racing team, the bicycle combines the very best of four and two wheels, delivering dynamism, lightweight construction, design and comfort. Continue Reading

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2015 F1 Safety car is a Mercedes beast

Say hello to this Mercedes-AMG GT for the 2015 F1 season. Considering it is capable of 200 mph, it’s surprising Formula 1 cars make it look like it’s not even hitting 40 mph! At least it will sound better than the current F1 engines – With a 4.0 litre twin-turbo V8 engine that produces 510bhp it will be a step closing to giving motorsport fans a sound they want to hear! Continue Reading

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David Coulthard drives the a Mercedes-AMG GT around Red Bull Ring

David Coulthard drives a smart car. Well why not, with 13 F1 wins to his name, he has nothing to prove. But today Coulthard is standing next to something entirely different: a 310kph, pearl-white Mercedes-AMG GT, a car that technically doesn’t exist. Overnight rain means he has to wait for the tarmac of the Red Bull Ring racing circuit in Spielberg to dry off under the Austrian winter sun before getting behind the wheel. Continue Reading

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Say hello to the Mercedes-Benz AMG GT

The Mercedes-Benz ‘AMG GT’ continues with the company’s racing car heritage by revealing the 4.0 liter VB biturbo front mid-engine GT that holds 462 hp beneath its bonnet. boasting a maximum torque of 600 Nm, the automobile can accelerate from 0-100km/h in 4.0 seconds and offers a top speed of 304km/h. performance figures are even more impressive when you look at the ‘GT S’ model which reaches 100km/h in 3.8s and has a max velocity of 310 thanks to its 510 horse power eight-cylinder motor. Continue Reading

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