The AMG GT needs four seconds flat to go from zero to 62 mph, while the GT S completes the sprint in 3.8 seconds. Top speed is limited to 310 kph (193 mph) and 304 kph (189 mph), respectively. ... The engine is a "hot inside V" design.
It will be equipped with an electrically-assisted turbocharger, and it will work jointly with an electric starter-generator (ISG). The cavalry will travel to the four wheels via a nine-speed automatic transmission and Mercedes-Benz's well-known 4Matic all-wheel-drive system.26 Feb 2021
Mercedes motivated its decision by saying there wouldn't be much demand for these electrified two-door cars, so they're not worth the trouble. "We will not offer, in the convertible or the coupe, the battery in the back," E-Class Chief Engineer Michael Kelz tells us over the phone.28 May 2020
Here's a list the major car corporations that sell in the U.S. and the brands they currently offer here. BMW Group owns BMW, Mini, and Rolls-Royce. Daimler AG owns Mercedes-Benz and Smart. Ford Motor Co.7 Oct 2021