Mercedes-AMG GT73e will be exhibited in Munich next month

Staff Writer

Mercedes-AMG The plug-in hybrid version has been previewed GT63 four-door coupe Before the first public appearance at the Munich Motor Show.

The front end of the new top-performance sedan was shown on social media and confirmed that it will be completely unpacked on September 1, the eve of the show.

  • GT73e combined power exceeds 800 horsepower
  • Will compete with Panamera Turbo SE Hybrid on a global scale
  • P3 PHEV system will appear in future AMG models

Mercedes-AMG GT73e: What is it?

“GT73e” will be the first in a series of new plug-in hybrid Mercedes-AMG models. It will be powered by an upgraded version of the GT63’s 4.0-liter twin-turbocharged V8 gasoline engine, paired with an electric motor that is said to provide a “significant” performance improvement. AMG sources previously told our sister magazine OurUK that the electric motor of GT73e alone can provide up to 201 horsepower, with a total output of more than 800 horsepower.

The engine produces 639 horsepower in the GT63 S and is said to provide “a level of power and torque previously unattainable” for an electric road four-door AMG.The model will serve as a competitor Porsche Panamera Turbo S E-HybridIt will also be the spiritual successor to AMG’s first model, the 300CE Hammer, which helped establish the company’s reputation as a manufacturer of upgraded large cars with supercar speeds.

The top version of the latest Mercedes-Benz will also use the model’s P3 PHEV system S class And upcoming Mercedes-AMG SL Great traveller.It can also be used as a successor to gasoline-electric Mercedes-AMG C63 4Matic, It will be used in combination with a 2.0-liter four-cylinder turbocharged engine instead of a large-capacity V8 engine.

Mercedes-AMG lineup in India

The performance brand sells GT 63S in India and also has a series of AMG SUVs and sedans, including E 63S, Recently launched GLE 63S Coupe And some others.

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