The German Aerial


Feeling suffocated in your car? Do not worry this topless beauty can solve your problem easily. The feature of soft-top can blow more fresh air in and the enthral looks of this beauty can pop out anybody’s heart. These are some qualities of this “German Ariel”. 

This is the new Mercedes AMG GT C Roadster with an unleash power of 550 Hp and 502 lb-ft torque. This car is not just a beauty, It is a beast too. This beast can sprint 0-100 km/h in just 3.7 seconds with a top speed of 316 km/h. The handcrafted AMG 4.0 liter V8 biturbo with dry-sump lubrication can simply left you thrilled. This master piece by Mercedes is the perfect example of “Don’t judge anyone by looks” as it can left you in split. 

This aerial takes only 11 seconds to convert from a coupé to open top sport car. The striking AMG Panamericana grille underlines the moter racing heritage, the 15 chrome plated bars echo the look of current Mercedes-AMG GT3 sports racing car.

Tech Specs:

  •   Base Price        : N/A
  •   Engine               : 4.0 liter, twin-turbocharged V8
  •  Transmission     : Seven speed dual-clutch/ rear wheel drive
  •  Fuel economy   : 11.4 (liter/ 100 km)
  •  Alternatives       : Porsche 911 Carrera GTS convertable, R8 Spyder 


  • Looks: This might be Mercedes’s best-looking machine in years. The panamericana grille’s borrowing from the near-race-spec GT R is not exactly subtle, but the also-cribbed 57-mm-wider rear wings and 12-inch-wide rear tires give the GT C a crouched muscularity.
  • Interior: Mercedes interior treatments continue to be among the best in class, leagues beyond the 911’s spartan button-fest (although Audi’s virtual cockpit has both beat). Less impressive are some of the ergonomics, and the Command infotainment system comes with a bit of a “why have they done that?” learning curve.
  • Performance: Simply ferocious. In both road holding and handling, the GT C is a monster. We ran across a group of Ford engineers testing camouflaged Mustangs, likely the new GT500 and facelifted GT350, on our route. The GT C spun around thanks to the tight circle afforded by its four-wheel steering, then leapt after them like a desert cat after a hare.
  • Technology: For those who will take their GT C to the track – pretty much the only place you can exploit its true potential – AMG offers the Track Pace feature. Set up to work with an iPhone, Track Pace lets you record a video of your lap along with telemetry data such as speed, gear, steering angle, acceleration and braking. You can then either use the data to improve as a driver or to brag about your exploits online.
  • Cargo: The tiny trunk is slightly more spacious than that of the Jaguar F-Type, which is a low bar to be easily stepped over. Pack light.

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