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The Mercedes-AMG GT is now close to a new makeover, which could debut in the course of 2019. The spy photos show a coupe and a roadster during the tests and open further hypotheses on the evolution of the two-seater German.
Unlike the sample photographed last August, today’s cars do not have camouflage on the front and therefore adopt current bumpers and light clusters. The roadster also has standard features even behind, while the coupé presents a detail never seen on the AMG GT: the exhaust terminals, which adopt four round outputs instead of the classic square element of all other versions. Probably, this involved the adoption of modified openings in the bumper, which is indeed protected by a film. Another small detail could make the difference: the classic V8 biturbo writing on the side air vent is clearly visible on the Roadster, but is absent on the coupe.
The double discharges may not be a real clarifying element, given that many houses now adopt terminals with only aesthetic function. However, their shape and finish appears rather close to the definitive one. If this were the case, the clue could open to a series of hypotheses on the widening of the range of engines. So far, we have been able to drive the 4.0 biturbo V8 in various power steps between 476 and 585 HP, but there are two possibilities: the introduction of a different power level of the same unit, or the arrival of a totally new engine. In this case, the number one candidate could be the newly engineered 3.0-liter 3.0-liter 435 hp on the four-door GT Coupé, on the CLS and the E-Class in the AMG 53 version, characterized by the four outputs round backs. The arrival of a novelty of this magnitude on a restyling may not be entirely sensible, but would contribute to the spread of the new engines and the availability of new AMG variants on the price list.