In total, the German automaker will only offer 15 Mercedes-AMG GT Coupe Night Edition 2021 vehicles to its Australian customers.
Australia awaits the new Mercedes-AMG GT Coupe in an exclusive Night Edition. Deliveries are scheduled for the third quarter of this year. Appreciated the new product at 294,200 Australian dollars
The body of a car from the special series can be painted in one of three available shades – Obsidian Black, Selenite Gray or Graphite Gray Magno. The novelty gets a special AMG radiator grille with dark chrome vertical strips, a carbon fiber roof with dark tinted sides and headlights with black décor. Special editions also rely on 19-inch front and 20-inch rear matt black alloy wheels. The black brake calipers are adorned with the white AMG logo.
The black theme continues in the interior, for which the AMG Interior Night Package is offered. It includes Nappa leather upholstery, stylish Dinamica steering wheel and headlining, AMG Performance seats with diamond stitching, piano lacquer accents and tinted rear windows.
A Night Edition badge adorns the center console, and equipment claims dual-zone climate control, an AMG instrument cluster, a Burmester premium audio system, and heated and electrically adjustable seats with memory function.
Modern driver’s assistants, a rear-view camera and eight airbags are responsible for safety. The GT Coupe Night Edition is equipped with a 4.0-liter twin-turbo V8 530 hp combined with a 7 automatic transmission. Up to a hundred cars can be dispersed in just 3.8 seconds. In addition, the special series gets a high-performance composite braking system, adaptive suspension, a retractable rear spoiler, etc.
Earlier, AutoTimesNews said that the German tuning studio Brabus has seriously modified the flagship SUV Mercedes-AMG GLS 63. The tuners also chose black as the dominant color, which contrasts with the rare red decor and white stitching.