2019 Mercedes-AMG GT4 Panamera: Definitely The Hottest Thing That You Can Get

May 06, 2017 02:00 PM EDT | Anthony Hunter


The 2019 Mercedes-AMG GT4 Panamera has a promising look of hardcore performing vehicle. The car's design is a coupé-like roofline and a four-door body. It is equipped with a twin-turbocharged engine and the first car from Mercedes' line-up that will replace the CLS shooting brake. The GT4 is perfect for drivers who don't make that much money but wants to have a sports car inspired kind of vehicle.

As mentioned earlier, the new model from Mercedes is a four-door car with a design that makes it a slightly sleeker version of the CLS. The roof is lowered a bit, the decklid is shorted, and the windscreen has a smaller angle. Its wheelbase is also made even shorter, and the exhaust pipe is placed in the middle and will come with a quad layout that has two outlets on each side. Its race-inspired diffuser is replaced with a milder version.

Meanwhile, inside the 2019 Mercedes-AMG GT4 is a wide wing-like dashboard. Its center is mounted, and it has spotlight-style vents and a motorsport-inspired center console. Its AMG Drive Unit controls will have a V-8 like a layout.

Twin-turbocharged 4.0-liter V8 engine powers the GT4. There would be two available GT4 that can generate 456 horsepower and 443 pound-feet of torque. When it comes to its performance, the GT4 can reach 0-to-60 mph in just a span of 4 seconds which triggers its competitors to make one like the GT4. Its rivals are Porsche Panamera GTS and the Aston Martin Rapide S.

As to the prices and dates of release of the 2019 Mercedes-AMG GT4 Panamera, it is not yet mentioned by the automaker, but it is expected to hit the road and will be on sale by the mid or end of 2018 or 2020 in the United States. Estimations were also made, and the GT4's starting price can cost up to $150,000.


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