£127K Mercedes AMG Roadster goes on sale


For those of you keeping score at home, Daimler and Mercedes-Benz have just announced the availability later this year of the Mercedes AMG GT S roadster.

The GT S Roadster should land on Australian shores in 2019 with pricing to be confirmed at a later date. However, the four-wheel steering system of the GT C and GT R is an option on the GT S.

The Mercedes-AMG GT family has a new member in the form of the GT S Roadster, bringing the total number of drop-top variants to three.

As in the AMG GT S Coupé, the 4.0-liter V8 biturbo engine delivers 522 metric horsepower (515 bhp) and 670 Nm (494 lb-ft) of torque (available from 1,900 to 5,000 rpm). Like all GT models, the GT S Roadster is fast: 0-62mph takes 3.8 seconds and top speed is 191mph.

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Of course, this thing would be an overkill during a Zombie Apocalypse, but imagine trying to outrun a volcanic eruption, or a tsunami, or err... a Zombie driving a Mercedes-AMG GT-S.

Inside, the GT S features sports seats trimmed in Artico faux leather and Dinamica microfibre as standard, with nappa leather optionally available, along with silver chrome interior highlights and Airscarf neck-level heating. The brand has not revealed any details about the new GT S Roadster coming to the country.

The drive modes offered by the vehicle are Comfort, Sport, Sport+, Race and Individual. The LED High Performance headlamps offer more safety at night as they illuminate the road more effectively than conventional headlamps.

The distinction performance-wise between the GT S and GT C, output and performance figures aside, comes from the chassis: the GT S rides on narrower rear tyres, is softer sprung and forgoes the rear-axle steering.