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Mercedes-Benz AMG GT 4-Door Coupe

The Mercedes AMG GT 4-Door Coupe is getting a number of updates for the 2022 model year that improves its comfort, practicality, and customization options. Mercedes-AMG has updated the GT's AMG Ride Control+ suspension, offering a seamless balance of comfort and sportiness. Practicality is enhanced with the option of a rear bench seat to accommodate up to five riders while also adding a fold-flat feature to store large items. 

When it comes to customization, Mercedes now offers the car in three additional exterior colors: Starling Blue Metallic, Manufaktur Starling Blue Magno, and Manufaktur Cashmere White Magno. An AMG Night Package II adds dark chrome and black accents throughout the car and a Manufaktur Exclusive Edition model adds exclusive Rubellite Red Metallic (above) paint with a Silver Chrome Exterior Package and 21" AMG forged wheels. 

A number of features have also become standard such as AMG Drive Unit steering wheel buttons, a surround-view camera, and a heated steering wheel for the V8 models. An AMG Performance steering wheel is available across the lineup with a twin-spoke design, Nappa Leather finish options, and it's equipped with aluminum shift paddles to control the AMG Speedshift 9-speed transmission. 

The new AMG GT 4-Door Coupe will be available later this year.

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