Mercedes-AMG GT Roadster 2017, in way: spy photos of the detail

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Mercedes-AMG GT Roadster 2017: the cabrio will arrive at the end of this year or the beginning of 2017

waited for a long time, almost since the birth of the model, but the Mercedes-AMG GT Roadster was reluctant to stop being one of those “upcoming releases”. Fortunately, each time is less for its official presentation, and the desired AMG GT convertible will come to the end of this year or the beginning of 2017, further expanding the family of sporty Mercedes-Benz.

In these spy photos we bring you a look at the next Mercedes-AMG GT Roadster 2017 from all angles. By keeping the overall styling of the coupe, you will have a roof canvas operable automatically in electronic form. In this way, Mercedes-AMG uses the most classic for a convertible two-seater that will be very attractive, maneniendo the overall design of the model except for details such as different roof line.

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Classic canvas roof for the AMG GT Roadster: it will be electrically driven, and can be opened or closed in place in just a few seconds, at moderate speeds

Thanks to this soft-top, the AMG GT Roadster just increase your weight with respect to the closed version. In turn, this ceiling will be multilayer -ensuring thermal and acoustic insulation, and will be available in several colors: this unit turns to the usual black canvas, that will be of series in the model. With a complete camouflage, in this unit test there is a rear window of a smaller size than in the coupe.

The engine V8 Biturbo 4.0-liter will continue to propel the roadster, unchanged with respect to what is already known the Mercedes-AMG GT: this is, 476 HP) in its standard version or 510 HP) in the Mercedes-AMG GT S Roadster, so that their services hardly differ from those of the coupe. Yes what will be its price -a few thousand euros more high-, as well as equipment that will have unique elements such as the deflector aerodynamic or heating ‘Airscarf’ in the headrest of their seats.