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Strongest coupe of Mercedes-AMG launched with 816 horsepowers

Mercedes-AMG GT 73 4MATIC + model is being tested before being released in 2020. This will be Mercedes-AMG's strongest coupe with a capacity of 816 horsepowers.

Mercedes-AMG is preparing to launch the most powerful commercial car ever, the AMG GT Coupe 4-door hybrid version. It is possible that the new name of this model will be GT 73 4MATIC +, after Mercedes-AMG has registered the copyright of the brand name. The capacity of the car can be more than 800 horsepowers.

The car was caught while running an external test with other AMG models. The car looks similar to the other 4-door AMG GT Coupes, but the difference is under the bonnet.

Besides AMG's hand-made engine, the uncompleted power system that is exposed to the outside is the most obvious difference. People who took photos said that this model also made a noisy sound when moving, unlike cars equipped with Mercedes-AMG V8 engine.

Not long ago at the Geneva Motor Show, Mr. Tobias Moers - CEO of Mercedes-AMG, said this model will be officially launched in 2020. He also added that the operation system of the car will be nearly like the GT Concept model at the 2017 Geneva Motor Show.

For more details, the car can use the twin turbo 4.0-Liter V8 engine of AMG with electric motor arranged in the front axle, making the total capacity of the vehicle up to 816 horsepowers. It is very likely that the main rival that AMG GT 73 4MATIC + is targeting is the Porsche Panamera Turbo S E-Hybrid, which has a capacity of 680 horsepowers.

Although there is still no information on volume after being equipped with hybrid technology, the AMG GT 73 can achieve acceleration from 0-100km/h in just 3 seconds, compared to the AMG GT 63 S which is 3.2 seconds. In addition, the vehicle also has a complete electric power travel mode with travel distance of up to 50 km.

Previously, the "73" version was only used on a few of AMG's most powerful models. The last model to use this name is SL 73, an extremely rare version of the SL-Class R129 series in the 90s. This model is equipped with a 7.3-Liter "super" engine V12 , then used on Pagani Zonda supercar.