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Many of its rivals are more agile and better sports cars to drive, but the Mercedes-AMG GT is still a lot of fun and looks and sounds fantastic.get the best price
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Along with more performance, you get yellow brake calipers, rear-wheel steering, active aerodynamics, a performance exhaust, a carbon-fibre roof, adaptive LED headlights, AMG sports bucket seats, heated front seats and nappa leather trim.
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The GT R and GT R Pro come with the most powerful iteration of the twin-turbo 4.0-litre V8: 577bhp, equating to 0-62mph in 3.6sec and 198mph flat out.
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