2019 Mercedes-AMG GT 63 S 4-Door - Fastest Four-Door Sedan!

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2018 Mercedes-AMG GT 4-Door vs 2018 Porsche Panamera

Mercedes-AMG GT 4-Door Coupe 2018 vs Porsche Panamera Turbo 2018 - Which is Better? Panamera Turbo S E-Hybrid: Engine: V8/680 hp Acceleration (0–100 km/h): 3,4 s Top Speed: 310 km/h Mercedes-AMG GT 63 S 4MATIC+: Engine: V8/639 hp Acceleration (0–100 km/h): 3,2 s Top Speed: 315 km/h

2019 BMW 8 Series - interior Exterior and Drive (Great Coupe)

The all-new BMW 8 Series Coupe. The presentation of the all-new BMW 8 Series Coupe adds a brand new chapter to the Bavarian premium carmaker’s long history of sensational sports cars – and gets its current model offensive in the luxury segment off to a particularly dynamic start. BMW presents the redefinition of the sports car. The new BMW 8 Series Coupe combines imposing lateral and longitudinal dynamic performance with poise, assurance and luxury over long distances. The new BMW 8 Series Coupe opens a further chapter in the brand’s successful sports car history and kicks off the premium manufacturer’s model initiative in the luxury segment. An unrivalled combination of inspiring sportiness and contemporary luxury, assured long-distance comfort and innovative user-operation, driver assistance and connectivity technology. Market launch in November 2018 with two model variants: The BMW M850i xDrive Coupe M Performance model with new, 390 kW/530 hp V8 engine (fuel consumption combined: 10.5 – 10.0 l/100 km [26.9 – 28.3 mpg imp]; CO2 emissions combined: 240 – 228 g/km)* and BMW 840d xDrive Coupe with six-cylinder in-line diesel unit developing 235 kW/320 hp (fuel consumption combined: 6.2 – 5.9 l/100 km [45.6 – 47.9 mpg imp]; CO2 emissions combined: 164 – 154 g/km)*. Power transfer in both cases is via a further developed eight-speed Steptronic transmission. Both engines comply with exhaust emission standard EU6d-TEMP. Body structure, drive technology and suspension focus squarely on achieving the elite dynamic performance expected of a top-class sports car. Development parallel to the BMW M8 and the BMW M8 GTE endurance racer. Low centre of gravity, well-balanced weight distribution, lightweight construction using aluminium, magnesium and carbon-fibre-reinforced plastic (CFRP), aerodynamically optimised and virtually lift-free body, powerful engines, sports exhaust system, rear axle differential lock, extremely stiff body and suspension structure. Adaptive M suspension, Integral Active Steering and mixed-size tyres come as standard. Active roll stabilisation optionally available for the BMW M850i xDrive Coupe. Emotionally powerful styling with new, pared-back design language, elegantly flowing lines, low-slung body, long bonnet, heavily tapered glasshouse, powerful shoulderline, distinctive “double-bubble” roof contouring, long rear window widening towards its lower edge, typical sports car proportions with an exterior length of 4,843 mm, a width of 1,902 mm, a height of 1,341 mm and a 2,822 mm wheelbase. Options include M carbon roof and M Carbon exterior package with air intake slats, exterior mirror covers, rear spoiler and rear diffuser in CFRP. Slimmest headlights of any BMW model to date. LED headlights as standard, Adaptive LED Headlights and BMW Laserlight with Selective Beam and extended high beam range of up to 600 metres available as options. Relaxed and luxurious interior ambience, longitudinally oriented lines and surfaces direct the eye forward onto the road. Clearly structured arrangement of controls underscores the focus on the driver and the importance attached to delivering a sporty and dynamic driving experience. High-grade materials, sophisticated interior lighting, trim surfaces rising from the centre console to the instrument panel. Fulled leather trim as standard for the instrument panel and door shoulders. High-quality options for contemporary luxury: telephony with wireless charging, BMW Display Key, Bowers & Wilkins Diamond Surround Sound System and glass applications for specific control elements. Low seating position on redesigned sports seats, Vernasca leather trim as standard. Two rear seats also have a low seating position, rendering headrests unnecessary. Automatic boot lid operation also standard; luggage capacity: 420 litres. 50 : 50 spilt/folding rear seat backrest for increased stowage space. M Sport package with specific design and equipment features that additionally emphasise the car’s dynamic character: generously dimensioned air intakes, 19-inch M light-alloy wheels, M Sport braking system, multifunction seats, M leather steering wheel, illuminated door sills with M logo. The BMW M Performance model comes with features including 20-inch M light-alloy wheels and high-performance tyres, specific M Sport braking system, exclusive exterior elements in Cerium Grey, stainless steel mesh interior trim strips and illuminated door sills boasting the model designation. Also available at market launch are the M Technic Sport Package and model-specific BMW Individual features. Full Review https://www.press.bmwgroup.com/global/article/detail/T0281744EN/the-all-new-bmw-8-series-coupe Test Drive "SUBSCRIBE NOW"

Preparing the Beast! AMG GT R PPF | GARAGE

Let's prepare the beast! I ordered my AMG GT R with straight black paint because it makes the best base for a colour change vinyl wrap in future, however upon seeing it for the first time I decided it absolutely has to stay looking stealthy and menacing for a while! That meant that rather than risking any damage to the paint, a trip to Topaz was on the cards to prepare the paintwork and install PPF to keep it pristine throughout the upcoming trips and full-on daily usage. The question is though, how long should I keep it black, or should I wrap it and if so, what colour?! Ahead of the official collection day I headed down to Mercedes-Benz Brentford to sign the paperwork and ensure everything was completed for a smooth handover with Nico Rosberg when we would return. It also meant loading the car into Topaz's own transportation to take it over for preparation. The biggest advantage of that is eliminating the chance of a stone chip on the short journey over (which has happened to me very early in a car's life before) while also planning ahead for potential horrible weather in the UK at this time of year. At Topaz, the car underwent a detailing process to remove imperfections in the factory paint. This is standard with any car as perfect paintwork is a hugely manual process and no brand can do it in full simply due to the time and cost required. With then an installation of Paint Protection Film to the vulnerable front, lower side and impact areas, you also lock in a wonderful paint finish underneath to always look great going forwards. For this part, we thought it would be interesting to hand the camera over to Nabil Naamo, co-founder of Topaz to walk through the paces and explain everything that's being done to the car. You can also find out more about Topaz with the following links: http://topazdetailing.com http://instagram.com/topazdetailing http://facebook.com/topazdetailing Fancy some tuning to my AMG GT R? Why not join the discussion to talk about the options over on Qutee: https://www.qutee.com/q/lets-tune-my-mercedes-amg-gt-r/ Thanks for watching, Tim Subscribe: http://bit.ly/Shmee150YT Website: http://www.shmee150.com Facebook: http://www.fb.com/shmee150 Instagram: http://www.instagram.com/shmee150

2019 Bentley Continental GT W12 (626HP) - Luxury Supercar

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New Mercedes-AMG GT 4-Door Coupé 2018 – it's the world's most sensible supercar

This is the all-new Mercedes-AMG GT 4-Door Coupe. It’s got the bonkers performance of AMG’s finest supercar, but with four doors and a big boot. Is it the ultimate race car for the road? Here’s the carwow Top 10 things you need to know about it. Subscribe – http://www.youtube.com/c/Carwow?sub_c... Save – http://www.carwow.co.uk Facebook – http://www.facebook.com/carwowuk/ Insta – http://www.instagram.com/carwowcars Twitter – http://www.twitter.com/carwowuk Awkward haggling is a thing of the past with carwow. Choose your perfect car with our configurator tool and let the country’s best dealers compete over you. Compare the five best offers by price, location and dealer ratings and choose the one that’s right for you – no hassle, no haggling, just a great deal. Visit our site to save money on your new car – https://www.carwow.co.uk/

2019 Mercedes-AMG GT 4-Door: The More-Door AMG - Review
AMG's very own four-door is its most powerful model yet.

The first ever AMG-fettled Mercedes-Benz was a four-door car, and in the Affalterbach tuning outfit’s early days, four-door Benzes were the exclusive recipients of its ministrations. More recently, of course, AMG has visited its special brand of magic on Mercedes models of all sizes and body configurations, from the A-class subcompact to the G-wagen SUV. But to date, the purpose-built AMG models have been two-door sports cars and roadsters. We’ve known for some time—certainly since the debut of AMG’s four-door concept car at last year’s Geneva auto show—that an AMG-exclusive four-door was in the works.

Now, it has finally been revealed. Its official name, the Mercedes-AMG GT 4-Door coupe, may be something of an anticlimax, but there’s plenty to get excited about here. First, though, a bit of clarification: Despite a model designation that suggests this new entry is an AMG GT coupe writ larger, the model is actually based on the E-class sedan’s MRA longitudinal-engine, rear-wheel-drive architecture. One look at it, though, and it’s clear that this is not merely a more sportified E63. The AMG GT 4-Door has its own body, with a low-slung silhouette and a steeply raked windshield. Out front, a vertical-bar grille further establishes a visual connection to AMG’s sports car. At the rear, the active trunklid spoiler adjusts its angle based on vehicle speed; on V-8 models a more extreme aerodynamics package is optional, which brings a larger front splitter, a modified rear diffuser, and a fixed rear wing that is manually adjustable.

Most Powerful AMG Yet
The car debuts in a trio of familiar model designations, and the three-engine lineup includes inline-six and V-8 offerings, all fed with forced induction. The GT53 is the opening gambit and uses the carmaker’s recently introduced turbocharged inline-six. It’s supplemented by an electrically driven supercharger and a 48-volt electric motor (a setup first seen in the new CLS53). As in the CLS53, the 3.0-liter powertrain produces a maximum of 429 horsepower and 384 lb-ft of torque, with the electric motor contributing up to 21 ponies and 184 lb-ft. In combination with a nine-speed torque-converter automatic and 4Matic+ all-wheel drive, the combo is good for a 4.4-second sprint to 60 mph and a 174-mph top speed, according to AMG.

Like other AMGs wearing the “63” designation, the GT63 is powered by a twin-turbo 4.0-liter V-8. It’s paired with a slightly different nine-speed automatic—this one replaces the torque converter with a multiplate clutch pack—that incorporates AMG’s Race Start function. In the 4-Door model, output is 577 horsepower and 553 lb-ft. (That matches this engine’s numbers in the wildest version of the coupe, the track-monster AMG GT R.) AMG claims the GT63 can charge to 60 mph in 3.3 seconds on its way to a top speed of 193 mph.
Naturally, there’s also a “63 S” version. That variant turns up the wick to 630 horsepower and 627 lb-ft—meaning that the most potent AMG GT 4-Door exceeds the output of the two-door sports car, not to mention that of the 603-hp E63 S, which currently holds the title of fastest four-door sedan at our Lightning Lap test. In this car, the S’s extra oomph shaves 0.2 second off the factory zero-to-60-mph time and adds 2 mph to the terminal velocity, for new figures of 3.1 seconds and 195 mph. In both GT63 cars, the 4Matic+ all-wheel-drive system features an electronically controlled limited-slip rear differential; a selectable Drift Mode, in which torque is directed solely to the rear wheels, is standard on the GT63 S and optional on the normal GT63.
Brakes of Bronze

All that go requires plenty of whoa, and AMG seems to have spent a considerable amount of energy on the GT 4-Door’s brakes. Or at least on the color of their calipers, which come in four different hues. The GT53’s internally vented and perforated rotors are squeezed by relatively humble silver-painted calipers. In the GT63, flashier red units—six-piston front and single-piston rear—grip larger rotors. The GT63 S has the same hardware, but the calipers are an even more visually arresting yellow. The V-8 cars can be further upgraded with carbon-ceramic rotors, whose bronze-painted calipers mark them as the ultimate setup.
The 63-series cars ride on air springs (AMG Ride Control+), while the 53 version uses steel coils and adaptive dampers. Four-wheel steering is another exclusive feature of the V-8 model’s chassis. Below 62 mph, the rear wheels turn opposite of the fronts; at higher speeds, they turn in phase.
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