The electrified Mansory AMG GT is now greener than ever, literally

How do you make the green-friendly, electrified Mercedes-AMG GT hybrid even greener? Well, you give it more hp and paint it green, which is what Mansory has done here.

by | Published on 13th Mar 2023

Mansory has swooped in and tuned the hybrid high-performance Mansory AMG GT 4-Door.

Thanks to the German tuner, the Mercedes-AMG GT 4-Door is now even faster, and a lot more green.


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In true Mansory style, the AMG GT now combines a wide variety of different colors and different tones.

Mansory just doesn’t do subtle, and this one is no exception.

Let’s start with the exterior where you have a combination of gloss black, matte black, carbon fiber, green and gold.

Green was used as a base for the body, which was then adorned with gloss black components for the front bumper and the 22-inch wheels.

Other parts, the hood and the rear diffuser for example, were made from carbon fiber, giving it a matte black effect.

Gold accents were then applied to the side vents, front and rear bumper, hood and wing mirrors.

Then finally, the Mercedes badge on the grille was replaced with a Mansory one in gold and black.

For some reason, Mansory decided to completely abandon green for the interior.

The cabin was upholstered in black leather with yellow piping and stitching, and yellow inserts for the seats and door panels.

And, of course, they gave it carbon fiber on the dashboard, the center tunnel, and the headrests.

The standard Mercedes-AMG GT 4-Door puts out 831 horsepower, meanwhile the Mansory one delivers 880 horsepower.

Thanks to the Mansory treatment, the AMG GT can now sprint from 0 to 60 mph (100 km/h) in just 2.8 seconds, and it has a top speed 199 mph.

And the price tag?

Well, as ever, the company will only reveal it upon request, mainly because the car is customizable.

Having said that, a factory AMG GT 4-Door in its hybrid form will set you back at least $180,000.

You should probably factor in an additional $100,000 for the Mansory model.



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