Here’s Our First Look At Mercedes Benz’s GT Like AMG Sedan

Under the bonnet of the AMG GT C is a 4.0-litre twin-turbocharged V8 engine that produces 410kW of power with a peak at 6750rpm, while peak torque of 680Nm is available from 1900–5500rpm. That torque is sent through a seven-speed dual-clutch automatic transmission, with combined fuel consumption coming in at 11.5 litres of fuel per 100km. We sat at around 13.2L/100km after 500km behind the wheel, which included highway driving and a couple of mountain blasts.

In the world of dual-clutch transmissions, this is one of the best. Unlike a lot of these gearboxes designed to handle high amounts of torque, it's jerk free and feels nothing like a sloppy dual-clutch gearbox you'll find in entry-level buzz boxes.

It also means that Mercedes-Benz can build in faster shift speeds as the vehicle moves through its drive modes. The drive modes vary from Individual to Comfort, Sport, Sport+ and Race. Each mode brings with it a greater level of engine, steering and suspension involvement, with Race mode also restricting stability control and bringing with it a launch-control function.

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