Published on October 18th, 2019 | by Subhash Nair


Mercedes-AMG GT C Facelift Now in Malaysia for RM1.56 Million

A year after debuting new AMG GT cars (the GT S, GT C and GT R), Mercedes-Benz Malaysia have introduced facelifts of the GT C and GT R while dropping the more inexpensive GT S from their lineup altogether.

New Mercedes-AMG GT C (RM1,558,888)

Exterior changes

Perhaps the most readily noticeable change comes in the headlights and taillights.

The LED headlights have got a three-chamber reflector layout with a light guide that works as a DRL, navigation light and signal light depending on necessity.

LED taillights now look more aggressive thanks to darker interior housings and a new, more 3 dimensional look. A new black diffuser is present at the rear too. The AMG GT C now has quad trapezoidal exhaust finishers to go with its AMG Performance exhaust system.

Also present is an asymmetrical wheel layout with new 19″ rims up front and 20″ ones at the rear in AMG cross-spoke pattern.

The GT C gets red brake callipers and a panoramic sunroof to complete the look.

Interior changes

This most recent facelift of the AMG GT C gives it a 12.3″ digital instrument cluster.

It comes with 3 AMG display styles (Classic, Sporty and Supersport).

Also new is a 10.25″ floating coloured TFT infotainment display with touch functionality.

Safety First

The AMG GT C gets Active Brake Assist, Lane Keeping Assist, Blind Spot Assist, as well as convenience features like Parktronic parking assist, and cameras for both the front and rear.

Powertrain unchanged

The new AMG GT C retains the same 4.0L Biturbo V8 as before with 557hp and 680Nm of torque, paired to the same 7-speed AMG SPEEDSHIFT DCT. While tuning is unchanged, a new AMG Dynamics programme gives better management of power distribution and steering characteristics.

Mercedes-AMG GT C 2019 Technical Specifications

Number of cylinders/arrangement 8/V, 4 valves per cylinder
Bore x strokemm83.0 x 92.0
Rated outputkW/hp410 (557) at 5750 – 6750 rpm
Rated torqueNm680 at 2100-5500 rpm
Compression ratio 9.5: 1
Mixture formation Microprocessor-controlled direct petrol injection, twin turbochargers with 1.25 bar max. charge-air pressure

Power transfer

Drive system Standard drive, transaxle
Gear ratiosFinal drive ratio
1st gear
2nd gear
3rd gear
4th gear
5th gear
6th gear
7 gear
Reverse gear
R 2.80


 Front axleAluminium double-wishbone suspension, anti-dive, coil springs, electronically controlled, selectable in three stages, AMG RIDE CONTROL Adaptive Damping System, stabiliser bar
Rear axleAluminium double-wishbone suspension, anti-squat and anti-dive, with active rear-wheel steering, coil springs, electronically controlled, selectable in three stages, AMG RIDE CONTROL Adaptive Damping System, stabiliser bar
 Braking system390 mm compound disk brakes at the front, ventilated and perforated, 360 mm compound disk brakes at the rear, ventilated and perforated, electric parking brake at the rear, ABS, Brake Assist, 3-stage ESP®
SteeringElectromechanical speed-sensitive rack-and-pinion sports power steering system with non-linear steering ratio
Wheelsfront: 9.0 J x 19; rear: 12.0 J x 20
Tyresfront: 265/35 R 19; rear: 305/30 R 20

Dimensions and weights

Track, front/rearmm1.678/1.695
Overall lengthmm4.551
Overall widthmm2.007
Overall heightmm1.288
Turning circlem11.47
Boot capacity*l175
Kerb weight acc. to DIN**kg1.625
Kerb weight acc. to EC***kg1.700
Payload (based on kerb weight acc. to EC)kg190
Perm. GVWkg1890
Tank capacity/of which reservel65/10

Performance and fuel consumption

Acceleration 0-100 km/hs3.7
Top speedkm/h317
Fuel consumption urban/extra-urban/combinedl/100 km16.7/9.9/12.4
Combined CO2 emissionsg/km284
Efficiency class G

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