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На иллюстрации изображен принцип работы автопилота поддержания дистанции DISTRONIC в «Мерседес-Бенц» AMG GT.

Автопилот поддержания дистанции DISTRONIC

На иллюстрации изображен принцип работы активной системы экстренного торможения в Mercedes-AMG GT.

Активная система экстренного торможения

На иллюстрации изображен сигнал необходимости сделать перерыв системы ATTENTION ASSIST на мультифункциональном дисплее Mercedes-AMG GT. На иллюстрации изображен принцип работы системы PRE-SAFE® в Mercedes-AMG GT. На иллюстрации изображена индикация системы удержания полосы движения на мультифункциональном дисплее в Mercedes-AMG GT.

Система удержания полосы движения

На иллюстрации изображено наружное зеркало заднего вида в Mercedes-AMG GT с предупредительным символом системы мониторинга «слепых зон».

Система мониторинга «слепых зон»

На иллюстрации изображена индикация системы распознавания дорожных знаков на мультифункциональном дисплее в Mercedes-AMG GT.

Система распознавания дорожных знаков

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More sports cars from Mercedes-AMG on 50th anniversary.

Mercedes-AMG extensively upgrades the AMG GT family.

Mercedes-AMG GT C: Fuel consumption combined: 11.4 l/100 km; combined CO₂ emissions: 259 g/km.*

Mercedes-AMG celebrates its 50th anniversary in 2017. To the theme of “50 Years of Driving Performance”, the sports car and performance brand is marking the occasion by extending the AMG GT family of sports cars with the new Mercedes-AMG GT C. “With the AMG GT C, we are now expanding our portfolio of sports cars to six models plus the AMG GT3 customer sport racing car. In under three years, the second vehicle to be developed by us entirely in-house has grown into a family,” says Tobias Moers, Chairman of the Board of Management of Mercedes-AMG GmbH.

“We are kicking off our anniversary year with the exclusive Edition 50 model of the new AMG GT C Coupé. We are also taking this opportunity to refine the AMG GT and AMG GT S both visually and technically,” says Tobias Moers. The new models are identifiable by the distinctive AMG Panamericana grille, which is now shared by all AMG GT models. Underlining the motor sport heritage, the grille features 15 chrome-plated, vertical bars which echo the look of the latest Mercedes-AMG GT3. The new front apron emphasises the car’s width, making it sit flatter on the road. The large outer air inlets guarantee the supply of cooling air to the engine.

AMG GT and GT S: Fuel consumption combined: 9.6–9.3 l/100 km; combined CO₂ emissions: 224–216 g/km.*

Mercedes-AMG is restructuring the range of output and torque variants of the 4.0-litre V8 biturbo engine. Hence, the AMG GT entry-level model now puts out 350 kW (476 PS), i.e. 10 kW (14 PS) more than before. In addition, with 630 Nm, the basic version of the eight-cylinder machine now delivers an extra 30 Nm of peak torque for even greater tractive power.

The output from the GT S grows by 9 kW (12 PS) to 384 kW (522 PS), with the peak torque climbing 20 Nm to 670 Nm. The next level is marked by the C variants of the Coupé and Roadster with 410 kW (557 PS) and 680 Nm peak torque. The top of the line is the AMG GT R with 430 kW (585 PS) and 700 Nm of torque.

AMG GT R: Fuel consumption combined: 11.4 l/100 km; combined CO₂ emissions: 259 g/km.*

The AMG GT C Roadster will now be joined by a Coupé version of the same model line, positioned between AMG GT S and AMG GT R. Like the Roadster unveiled in Paris, the new AMG GT C, too, impresses with further-enhanced driving dynamics. The new vehicle will launch in the form of a special Edition 50 model. Like the AMG GT R, the new member of the family is identifiable by its broad, muscular rear end and large wheels. Other technical measures include the wider rear track and active rear axle steering.

AMG GT C Roadster:

Fuel consumption combined: 11.4 l/100 km;

combined CO₂ emissions: 259 g/km.*

The AMG GT C Roadster will now be joined by a Coupé version of the same model line, positioned between AMG GT S and AMG GT R. Like the Roadster unveiled in Paris, the new AMG GT C, too, impresses with further-enhanced driving dynamics. The new vehicle will launch in the form of a special Edition 50 model. Like the AMG GT R, the new member of the family is identifiable by its broad, muscular rear end and large wheels. Other technical measures include the wider rear track and active rear axle steering.

AMG GT C Roadster:

Fuel consumption combined: 11.4 l/100 km;

combined CO₂ emissions: 259 g/km.*

Very high critical cornering limits.

The AMG sports suspension also confirms the motor racing heritage of the AMG GT family. Wishbones, steering knuckles and hub carriers on the front and rear axles are made entirely from forged aluminium to reduce the unsprung masses. In addition, the wheels are located by double wishbones. The resulting camber and track stability allows high cornering speeds while giving the driver optimum, highly precise road feedback right up to the very high critical cornering limits.

In the AMG GT C, the AMG RIDE CONTROL sports suspension is combined with infinitely variable, adaptive adjustable damping. The electronically controlled system automatically adapts the damping on each wheel to the instantaneous driving situation, speed and road conditions. The new Mercedes-AMG GT C responds even more sensitively thanks to the standard-fit active rear-axle steering, which made its debut in the Mercedes-AMG GT R.

The new AMG GT C will launch as an exclusive special Edition 50 model to mark the landmark year of the company, which was founded in 1967 and will celebrate its 50th anniversary in 2017. The Edition 50 will be available in two exclusive special paint finishes: designo graphite grey magno and designo cashmere white magno. To give the exterior a distinctive look, black chrome highlights are applied. The surface of the cross-spoke AMG forged wheels has been harmonised with the black chrome elements of the exterior.

The interior is marked by a contrast between black and silver. This colour scheme is followed not only by the trim in STYLE exclusive nappa leather in silver pearl/black with grey diamond-patterned contrasting topstitching, but also by the black AMG Performance steering wheel in DINAMICA microfibre with grey contrasting topstitching, “Edition” lettering on the steering wheel bezel and 12 o’clock mark in silver pearl.

In addition to a technical upgrade courtesy of active aerodynamics, higher output and torque or active rear-axle steering, the update of the AMG GT model family also includes significant additions to the scope of equipment. The new equipment packages include the AMG Exterior Chrome package with trim in high-gloss chrome and the AMG DYNAMIC PLUS package, which is now also available for the AMG GT. The AMG Interior Night package, which comes as standard in the AMG GT R, is now also optionally available for the other coupés of the AMG GT family.

The motor sport heritage is further visually accentuated by the AMG Exterior Carbon Fibre package which uses high-grade sight carbon fibre for the front splitter, side fins on the air outlets in the front wings, exterior mirror housings, side skirt inserts (AMG GT C only) and rear diffuser.

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Mercedes-AMG GT Concept: Driving Performance of the future.

AMG Future Performance: Sports car brand presents hybrid show car.

As part of its 50th anniversary Mercedes-AMG is this year celebrating not only the successful past and present; above all it is looking forward. With the show car Mercedes-AMG GT Concept the sports car and performance brand is giving an indication of the alternative drive configurations AMG is designing. The designation and fundamental design elements on the front and tail end denote the family affiliation to the AMG GT. The “EQ Power+” identifier on the mirror cam indicates the increased performance that can be expected from hybridisation at AMG.

AMG GT as four-door variant.

“With the Mercedes-AMG GT Concept we give a preview of our third completely autonomously developed sports car. We extend the attractive AMG GT family to include a four-door variant. Plus the GT Concept – like the AMG Hypercar, which we are presenting at the International Motor Show in Frankfurt – illustrates how we define performance of the future at AMG. Impressive driving dynamics coupled with high efficiency, resulting from an innovative drive system and tailored to the vehicle segment in question – that is Future Performance made by AMG.

With our AMG GT Concept that means a combination of an ultramodern V8 petrol engine and a high-performance electric motor. This performance hybrid powertrain offers an impressive electric range and the opportunity to generate a system output of up to 600 kW in its last level of development. It covers the sprint from 0–100 in less than three seconds – which corresponds to a super sports car level,” says Tobias Moers, CEO of Mercedes-AMG GmbH.

With the aid of the unmistakeable design idiom with a deeply drawn bonnet and powerfully raked windscreen, the AMG GT Concept is recognisable at first glance as a genuine AMG GT. The Mercedes-AMG principle that fascination is always linked with function also applies to the study. Proof of this includes the moving radiator shutters in the centre and side air intakes, which improve the aerodynamic and thermal efficiency and are inspired by the active air control system AIRPANEL in the AMG GT R. The width-biased rear assembly also cites the unmistakeable AMG GT look with the extremely slim horizontal tail lamps and the shape of the tailgate. The roof, the A‑wing of the front spoilers, the rear diffuser and the side sill panels in high-quality yet light carbon fibre make the connection with motorsport.

The drive system of the AMG GT Concept represents a completely new development. With the SLS AMG Electric Drive back in 2010 Mercedes-AMG proved that a super sports car with a battery/electric drive system can be realised – with astounding performance and maximum driving pleasure. Formula One driving dynamics and efficiency are promised by the planned AMG Hypercar. It gives a sneak preview of the ultimate that is currently feasible with hybrid technology.

Maximum efficiency.

Based on this experience, the AMG GT Concept study conveys an impression of the alternative drive configurations Mercedes-AMG is designing. Following the AMG brand pledge “Driving Performance” Mercedes-AMG will in future develop segment-specific hybrids with an impressive performance gain which not only ensure an incomparable output, but also maximum efficiency.

After the Formula One vehicle, the show car is the second AMG model to bear the new designation “EQ Power+” which all performance hybrids from Mercedes-AMG will be given in the future. The performance hybrid system combines the powerful 4.0‑litre V8 biturbo engine with an additional powerful electric machine and thus ensures extremely immediate response and offers an extraordinarily high system performance.

Characteristically for the brand, the maximum Driving Performance in the form of extremely high driving dynamics is the Affalterbach engineers’ focus. This is why the AMG GT Concept has a balanced axle load distribution. The fully variable AMG performance 4MATIC+ all-wheel drive is also supported by the electric motor. It drives the rear wheels directly and has the effect of an additional booster. Besides this, according to the principle of Torque Vectoring, every wheel can be allocated torque individually. The result: the driver directly experiences a tangible increase in performance.

Characteristically for the brand, the maximum Driving Performance in the form of extremely high driving dynamics is the Affalterbach engineers’ focus. This is why the AMG GT Concept has a balanced axle load distribution. The fully variable AMG performance 4MATIC+ all-wheel drive is also supported by the electric motor. It drives the rear wheels directly and has the effect of an additional booster. Besides this, according to the principle of Torque Vectoring, every wheel can be allocated torque individually. The result: the driver directly experiences a tangible increase in performance.

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The new Mercedes-AMG GT R.

Developed in the “Green Hell”: never before has Mercedes‑AMG packed so much motorsport technology into a production vehicle than into the new AMG GT R.

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The front-mid-engine concept with transaxle, the twin-turbo V-8 engine rated at 430 kW/585 hp, the extensively modified suspension, the new aerodynamics and the intelligent lightweight construction all lay the foundations for an especially dynamic driving experience. Even from afar, the exclusive “AMG green hell magno” special paintwork leaves no doubt as to the sports car’s origin, having spent most of its development time in the “Green Hell” of the Nürburgring racetrack. Wider front and rear wings allow an increased track width for optimum grip and even higher cornering speeds.

Spearhead of AMG.

The new front fascia with active elements, the large rear aerofoil and the new rear fascia with double diffuser enhance aerodynamic efficiency and help ensure optimum grip. The new AMG Panamericana grille emphasises the unique standing of the AMG GT R. Its characteristic form with vertical fins celebrated its world première on the Mercedes‑AMG GT3 Customer Sports racing car and now for the first time features on an AMG production vehicle.

The third member of the AMG GT family is the new spearhead of the AMG model range. Featuring pioneering technologies, the AMG GT R was designed with racetrack use firmly in mind. Figures such as 3.6 seconds from zero to 100 km/h and a top speed of 318 km/h, combined with the outstanding driving dynamics, will undoubtedly translate into extremely fast laps on the racetrack.

Sharpened racetrack performance comes courtesy of the intelligent lightweight construction incorporating aluminium and carbon, specific reinforcements in the body shell, the uprated twin-turbo V-8 engine with the specifically adapted seven-speed dual-clutch transmission, the innovative aerodynamics with active components, and the new suspension with active rear-wheel steering and uniball joints. The concept with front mid-engine and transmission in transaxle configuration on the rear axle, a tried-and-tested feature of the AMG GT and AMG GT S, makes for a beneficial rear-biased weight distribution. In conjunction with the vehicle’s low centre of gravity, this translates into extremely agile handling and permits high cornering speeds. With a power-to-weight ratio of 2.66 kilograms per hp, the Mercedes-AMG GT R takes up pole position in its segment.

Mercedes-AMG GT:

Fuel consumption combined: 9.3 l/100 km;

CO₂ emissions combined: 216 g/km.*

Mercedes-AMG GT S:

Fuel consumption combined: 9.6-9.4 l/100 km;

CO₂ emissions combined: 224-219 g/km.*

Aerodynamics engineers and designers worked together more intensively than ever during development of the new AMG GT R. All elements have an inherent technical benefit and contribute to the enhanced driving dynamics, while the aerodynamics experts have made the designers’ wishes a reality. A special engineering feat is the completely new active aerodynamics profile, which is concealed almost invisibly in the underbody in front of the engine. At a speed of 80 km/h in RACE mode, this carbon component automatically moves downward by about 40 millimetres and changes the airflow considerably. This process results in what is known as the Venturi effect, which additionally “sucks” the car onto the road and reduces front-axle lift by around 40 kilograms at 250 km/h.

The driver can feel this in the steering: the AMG GT R is even more precise to steer when cornering at high speed and exhibits even better directional stability. In addition, the drag coefficient is improved.

All of the aerodynamic measures combined increase the surface contact at top speed by 155 kilograms compared with the AMG GT. The new AMG GT R therefore offers maximum grip, perfect drivability and a powerfully proportioned design that integrates the aerodynamic functions harmoniously. And there’s more: despite its higher engine output, extra width, chunkier tyres, larger rear aerofoil, raised cooling-air demand and increased downforce, the AMG GT R has a lower drag coefficient (Cd) than the AMG GT.

Personal set-up.

The new AMG coil-over suspension was designed specifically for the AMG GT R. Like in professional motorsport, drivers can select their personal set-up and infinitely adjust the spring pre-load manually. This makes it possible to influence the dive and roll behaviour as well as the grip of the AMG GT R precisely. The coil-over suspension is combined with the AMG RIDE CONTROL continuously variable, adaptive damping system.

The system is electronically controlled and automatically adapts the damping on each wheel to the current handling situation, the speed and the road conditions. Furthermore, the driver can adjust the adaptive damping characteristics at the touch of a button in the AMG DRIVE UNIT or by using the AMG DYNAMIC SELECT transmission modes. Three modes are available: “Comfort”, “Sport” and “Sport Plus”.

The new AMG GT R is even more sensitive to steering inputs thanks to standard-fit active rear-wheel steering, which is being used for the first time on a Mercedes-AMG model. The system offers an ideal combination of agility and stability ‑ handling characteristics that are normally in direct conflict. The active rear-wheel steering not only improves cornering, it also assists the driver in the event of sudden evasive manoeuvres and thus enhances active safety, This makes the AMG GT R easier to control at the limit.

The standard 3-stage ESP® with the settings “ESP ON”, “ESP SPORT Handling Mode” and “ESP OFF” works in perfect unison with the limited-slip differential and is optimally tuned to the outstanding driving dynamics of the AMG GT R.

In ESP OFF mode, another innovation allows the driver to exert even more influence on the handling characteristics of the AMG GT R. The new AMG TRACTION CONTROL system also comes directly from motorsport. It allows drivers to pre‑select the slip on the driven rear axle in nine levels. Just like in the current AMG GT3, it isolates the grip on the driven wheels and does not affect the stabilisation provided by the ESP®. Corresponding characteristic maps are programmed into the vehicle electronics to this end. Control is via a special rotary switch located in the centre console below the ventilation outlets. Depending on the setting, the system permits more or less slip on the rear wheels ‑ very helpful in varying road conditions.

Mercedes-AMG uses an intelligent material mix for the structure of the AMG GT R: various aluminium alloys for the chassis and body, steel for the boot lid and magnesium for the front deck. A host of further measures contributes to the weight reduction as part of the AMG lightweight-performance strategy. The use of carbon fibre, the lightweight and high-strength material from motorsport, helps to achieve the ambitious goals. Carbon fibre is the material of choice for, among other things, the front wings, the roof and the torque tube between engine and transmission. Overall the new AMG GT R is 15 kilograms lighter than the AMG GT S, despite incorporating far more technical features.

The AMG 4.0-litre twin-turbo engine in the AMG GT R has an output of 430 kW (585 hp), which is 55 kW (75 hp) more than the previous top-of-the-range engine in the GT S. The peak torque of 700 Nm is available between 1,900 and 5,500 rpm. The AMG 4.0-litre V-8 engine features the tried-and-tested twin turbochargers, which are not mounted on the outside of the cylinder banks but rather inside the V configuration – experts call it a “hot inside V”. This basic principle of the new AMG V-8 family has been further optimised for the AMG GT R. The seven-speed dual-clutch transmission configured in a transaxle layout at the rear axle has likewise been extensively revised by the AMG developers to make the transmission even more suitable for the racetrack. Drivers can tailor the AMG GT R to their personal preferences using the AMG DYNAMIC SELECT controller. Various modes are available: “C” (Comfort), “S” (Sport), “S+” (Sport Plus) and “I” (Individual). The “RACE” mode optimally adjusts the shift strategy of the dual clutch transmission to the needs of racetrack usage.

By pressing the separate “M” button in the centre console, the driver can activate the manual transmission mode in any transmission mode.

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