AMG’s flagship model, the Project One, was developed with the Mercedes-Benz High Performance Powertrain division, headquartered in Northamptonshire, and unveiled at the 2017 Frankfurt motor show. Powered by the same hybrid system that propels Mercedes-AMG’s Formula 1 car, the four-wheel-drive hypercar is claimed to deliver more than 1020bhp.
The modern-day Gullwing was revealed in coupé form at the Frankfurt motor show in 2009 prior to going on sale in the UK in 2010. The SLS Roadster, featuring conventional, front-hinged doors, followed in 2011. An all-electric version of the coupé, dubbed the SLS E-Cell, was also produced in small numbers following a debut in 2013.
The successor to the SLS made its debut in coupé guise at the 2014 Paris motor show, with UK deliveries starting in early 2015. The GT Roadster, sporting a fabric roof similar in style to the earlier SLS Roadster’s, was introduced in 2017. A range of different GT models are currently offered, including the GT, GT S, GT C and range-topping 577bhp GT R.
GT 4-Door Coupé
The forthcoming GT 4-Door Coupé is AMG’s answer to the Porsche Panamera. The luxury liftback model was unveiled in production guise at the 2018 Geneva motor show and is set for UK delivery by the end of this year. Two versions will be offered initially: the 429bhp GT53 and the V8 GT63 with either 577bhp or 630bhp.