2017 Mercedes-AMG GT S Phoenix AZ
If you can only praise Mercedes-Benz and AMG (®) for one thing, it would have to be the GT. It is relatively new to the market, but it has Mercedes-Benz DNA coursing through its veins. From the outside, you can see a deep history of Mercedes-Benz racing aesthetics. Once you get inside, the future of speed welcomes you. If you are looking for a 2017 Mercedes-AMG GT S in Phoenix AZ, Mercedes-Benz of Arrowhead is your buddy.
It is easy to focus on the performance specifics of the GT S, but speed is just one of the many tricks of the GT S. Like the rest of the Mercedes-Benz luxury fleet, the GT S comes with driver-assistance features such as adaptive braking, PARKTRONIC, and even ATTENTION ASSIST, all of which come standard. If you need it, you can also get DISTRONIC PLUS and Lane Keeping Assist, making the GT S as semi-autonomous as the new 2017 E-Class.
With more than 500 horsepower and a fully-adjustable rear differential, the GT S can hit 60 from a dead stop in just 3.7 seconds.
As proof that the GT S can be an every-day driver, it comes with USB ports, voice control, a Burmester Surround Sound system, and even an SD card reader.
More than 97% of the GT S is made of aluminum. This devotion to strong material ensures a level of safety achieved by no other company.
Hot Inside V
Mercedes-AMG is known for its engines more than any other car manufacturer on the planet. The company's flagship engine and undisputed masterpiece is the 4.0L Biturbo Dry Sump Hot Inside V8 that lives in the GT and GT S. It is a mouthful, but each designation is important in explaining how unique and exciting it is. Firstly, the dry sump aspect means that the oil in the engine is filtered through a cooling system separate from the crankshaft instead of resting at the bottom of the oil pan. This allows the engine to handle more abuse without overheating, which is necessary because of the Hot Inside V Biturbo setup. Hot Inside V is a phrase that is used to show how the turbos are placed in between the exhaust manifold and the engine itself instead of the traditional placement behind the exhaust manifold. If you want to learn more about the beast that is the 2017 Mercedes-AMG GT S, stop by Mercedes-Benz of Arrowhead today!