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The Mercedes-AMG GT was introduced in 2014 as a successor to the SLS AMG. The second sports car developed entirely in-house by AMG, the GT is the first vehicle to wear the "Mercedes-AMG" nomenclature and the first to use the brand-new, twin-turbo, 4.0-liter V-8 engine. Although it replaces the SLS AMG, the AMG GT is actually smaller and aimed at a different market, with the Porsche 911 being its most important competitor. Following the release of the hotter GT R version in 2016, Mercedes-Benz unleashed the Roadster version ahead of the 2016 Paris Motor Show.

Although at some point it was rumored that Mercedes would skip on building an AMG GT Roadster in order to protect its slow-selling SL-Class Roadster, the drop-top was confirmed earlier in 2016 by a batch of spy shots and a leaked strategy document that said it would arrive in dealerships in 2017.

The fact that Mercedes also developed a roadster version of the sports car makes a lot of sense since Mercedes-AMG developed the GT with the Porsche 911 Turbo in mind. With Stuttgart also offering a drop-top version of its range-topping model, Mercedes was compelled to do the same in order to remain competitive. As expected, the Roadster uses the same greasy bits to move about, including the twin-turbocharged, 4.0-liter V-8.

Spy software accelerator linkage for 9s502

One aspect where the CX-3 leads its class—and one that cements Mazda ’s notability as being a fun brand—is in the accelerator pedal. Electronic engine controls have made the art of throttle tuning a paradise for software enthusiasts. Those enthusiasts at Mazda must also enjoy driving.

All of this reassuring responsiveness comes at the expense of fuel economy. The first three months’ 35 fill-ups average to 27.7 mpg after mixed driving conditions. Motor Trend ’s gold standard Real MPG lists 24.4/31.1/27.0 mpg city/highway/combined for our AWD Grand Touring vehicle, which is not a comfortable lead over the EPA’s claimed 25 mpg for the average new vehicle. (This small CX-3 is rated 27/32/29 mpg by EPA method.)

There have been no major hiccups, and the single demand has been $63.47 for an uninspired mélange of an oil change, inspection, and tire rotation at the first 7,500-mile dealer service.

The Mercedes-AMG GT was introduced in 2014 as a successor to the SLS AMG. The second sports car developed entirely in-house by AMG, the GT is the first vehicle to wear the "Mercedes-AMG" nomenclature and the first to use the brand-new, twin-turbo, 4.0-liter V-8 engine. Although it replaces the SLS AMG, the AMG GT is actually smaller and aimed at a different market, with the Porsche 911 being its most important competitor. Following the release of the hotter GT R version in 2016, Mercedes-Benz unleashed the Roadster version ahead of the 2016 Paris Motor Show.

Although at some point it was rumored that Mercedes would skip on building an AMG GT Roadster in order to protect its slow-selling SL-Class Roadster, the drop-top was confirmed earlier in 2016 by a batch of spy shots and a leaked strategy document that said it would arrive in dealerships in 2017.

The fact that Mercedes also developed a roadster version of the sports car makes a lot of sense since Mercedes-AMG developed the GT with the Porsche 911 Turbo in mind. With Stuttgart also offering a drop-top version of its range-topping model, Mercedes was compelled to do the same in order to remain competitive. As expected, the Roadster uses the same greasy bits to move about, including the twin-turbocharged, 4.0-liter V-8.

The latest-generation E-Class was introduced for the 2017 model year with a redesigned exterior and interior, both of which were based on the larger S-Class. The German brand also revamped the engine lineup and added new technology, including many segment-first features and semi- autonomous drive. In late 2016, Mercedes-Benz introduced the high-performance version of its midsize sedan, the AMG E63.

Described as "the most intelligent executive sedan," the current E-Class became the most powerful of all time thanks to its new AMG package. Revised inside and out and based on updates introduced on earlier AMG models, the E63 redefines performance in this segment by means of a retuned chassis and a new engine. Much like the rest of the AMG lineup, the E63 ditched the larger 5.5-liter V-8 in favor of the newer, 4.0-liter unit. Although smaller, the twin-turbo V-8 offers more power than its predecessor, while also returning better fuel economy.

The new performance sedan celebrates its world premiere on November 16, 2016 at the Los Angeles Auto Show, while the official U.S. dealer launch is planned in the summer of 2017. Until then, let’s have a closer look at what the new AMG E63 brings to the table.