Although the UK pricing and specification has not yet been released, you cannot deny that the refreshed Mercedes-AMG is sleeker, more aerodynamically poised and slots nicely into the AMG family.
The most striking thing about the updated look is the overall design of the model, with 20-inch alloy wheels, eye-catching flat tail lights, the recognisable AMG grille and a completely overhauled front section. All of these updates to the model have been chosen to enhance the aerodynamics of the vehicle, allowing for a more comfortable drive. That being said, drivers do have the option to enjoy the 4.0 litre turbo V8 engine, 9-speed transmission, all-wheel drive and Sport, Sport+ and Race modes, all of which are synonymous with a Mercedes-AMG.
The interior benefits from the refreshed look, using high-quality nappa leather upholstery throughout, including the dashboard as a leather trim and seat belts giving the driver a sense of luxury and comfort whilst driving. The cock-pit itself goes big as well with its widescreen display and a new AMG Performance steering wheel. Drivers also have the option to use the ‘Hey Mercedes’ personal assistant alongside the MBUX Infotainment system and seamlessly integrated buttons.
There are a host of options available to really make this model your own. One is the optional AMG night package, which provides high-gloss mirror housings, trim elements and darker AMG grille design. You could also select the AMG Exterior Carbon-Fibre package I, which includes trim elements, a front splitter, mirror and spoiler caps and a front splitter – all in eye-catching carbon fibre design.