The new All-Terrain, a tough looking AWD wagon for Luxury Aficionados
The All-Terrain can be consider a more macho version of the standard 4-matic wagon. The All-Terrain benefits from a higher suspension, different facials front and rear, and other subtle tweaks to create a wagon/off-road cruiser/crossover combination. Initially, in European markets, it will debut as the E 220 D with a 2.0L Diesel engine. After the launch, a six cylinder model will be available.
The All-Terrain benefits from an adjustable air suspension, larger sidewalls for the tires, and special cladding front front to rear, along with special fender flares. The overall look is something familiar that can be seen from other manufacturers.
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A gorgeous convertible version of the Mercedes GT is coming soon!
The GT Roadster might look better than the already stunning GT Coupe. The drop-top will come in two variants, GT and GT C. The GT Roadster makes 469 horsepower and 465 pounds of twist while the GT C Roadster makes 550 horsepower and 502 lb-ft of torque. 0-60 miles per hour happens in 3.9 and 3.7 seconds, plenty fast! Hardtop variants have less power, so that explains why the convertibles can accelerate to 60 MPH just as quickly as the coupe versions. The Roadsters have rocker panels that are more thick and enhanced with more rigid chambers, a rear shock tower brace and additional bracing reinforcements behind the swooping dashboard.
The GT C is much upgraded over the stand GT Roadster. Enhancements include:
- Rear Fenders from GT R Coupe variant
- Larger wheels and wider rubber
- Active rear steering
- AMG Ride Control
- Electronic Limited Slip Differential
- Larger Front Brakes
- Race mode for transmission
- An even more aggressive sound for the exhaust
All in all, both variants are truly amazing and utterly striking to look at. They are simply beautiful.
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