2021 Mercedes Benz GT 43

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2021 Mercedes Benz GT 43:

Just when you thought there were already too many AMG variants around, the German performance manufacturer goes and drops this, Mercedes Benz GT 43 4-Door Coupe. It makes the decision of buying a performance four-door coupe a little trickier, forming a new entry point to the AMG GT lineup with the nuclear GT63 and forthcoming GT73e at the top of the pecking order and the GT53 now occupying the middle ground. Powered by the familiar 3.0-liter turbo inline-six with EQ Boost mild-hybrid assistance, it’s now detuned to produce 362 horsepower and 369 lb-ft of torque. But less power also means a lower price, retailing for just $89,900 and giving buyers a more attainable alternative to rival the Porsche Panamera and Audi S7 Sportback. Engineered by AMG from the ground up on the same platform as the Mercedes-Benz CLS-Class, this is AMG’s way of making the brand’s halo models more accessible.

We’d never have guessed that Mercedes-AMG’s second standalone model would be a four-door coupe, but in hindsight, it was a stellar move. Make a statement, and follow it up by giving the world a useable, stunning, semi-practical four-door coupe. There are hints of the two-door GT at the rear in the LED taillights, but the front is relatively generic Mercedes-Benz – particularly similar to the CLS-Class four-door coupe. The Panamericana grille, signature LED headlights, and large three-pointed star make a statement, as do the power bulges on the hood. 19-inch 10-spoke wheels are standard, but there are some 20 and 21 options available.

Thankfully, the GT’s color palette isn’t the usual assortment of grey, lighter grey, and darker grey. Polar White is a bit basic but the Jupiter Red worn by our test car looks sensational, and neither costs a thing. The metallic options include Obsidian Black, Cirrus Silver, Graphite Grey, and Brilliant Blue, each retailing for $720. Merc’s designo range starts at $1,515 for Diamond White, while Selenite Grey Magno, Brilliant Blue Magno, and Graphite Grey Magno cost $3,950 each.

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