Mercedes was traditionally known for making luxury cars that weren’t as fast and precise as some of its competitors. But the story has changed in recent years, thanks to the AMG lineup that is blowing away the competition by making incredibly fast & agile cars. In this video, we will present you the top seven fastest Mercedes Benz cars models of 2021 and their specifications:
Mercedes AMG GLS 63
Mercedes GLS is undoubtedly the most luxurious SUV the brand has ever made but its specifications and the equipment level vary across the trim levels.
The AMG version is not only bonkers fast but also provides all the luxury you expect from a Mercedes SUV priced at $132,000.
The exterior features signature AMG design clues that allow it to have a more muscular road presence, but it is what under its skin that makes it a truly sporty SUV.
Equipped with several electronic & mechanical aids, the full-size sports SUV navigates through corners like a sports car which is truly amazing.
At its heart lies a 4L V8 engine that pumps out 612 hp, which helps the 7-seater run from 0-100km/h in just 4.1 seconds and achieve a top speed of 250 km/h which is unbelievable for a 3-ton SUV.
Mercedes AMG A45 S 4MATIC Hatchback
The AMG A45 S is one of a kind hatchback that has kept the hot hatch segment alive with its attractive looks and equally fascinating performance.
The mean looks aren’t just there for the show, but they also provide the much-needed airflow for a controlled ride & lesser air drag.
The interior also features several unique features such as contrasting stitching and sports seats that perfectly resonate with the overall character of the sporty hatchback.
Powered by the world’s most powerful 4-cylinder engine that pushes out 421 hp, the power packed hatch is capable of achieving 100km/h from a standstill in just 3.9 seconds and has a top speed of 270 km/h.
The $66,000 car has a 4Matic all-wheel-drive system for maximum traction which helps it complete laps at an incredibly fast pace.
Mercedes AMG GLC 63 4MATIC+
The Mercedes GLC is the brand’s entry-level SUV whose AMG version has more than enough power to make it one of the fastest Mercedes ever made to this date.
Available in both an SUV and a coupe version, it has got the looks and character of its bigger siblings that are further boosted by its potent 4L bi-turbo powertrain pushing out 510hp at fraction of seconds.
Despite being a mid-size SUV, it holds a shiny lap record under its belt which wouldn’t have been possible without its ability to do 0-100km/h in just 3.8 seconds and the capability to reach a top speed of 280km/h.
Such fascinating performance numbers come at a cost, so be prepared to shell out $74,000 if you want to buy this particular performance packed crossover.
Mercedes AMG C63S
The AMG C63S is an ideal choice if you are looking for a C-class spec road & track performer.
Being based on an entry level platform does not mean it lacks the bells & whistles of a top-of-the-line model, in fact, it has got all the kit you would expect from an AMG-tuned Mercedes.
The styling is largely based on the previous version, but the modifications have made the 2021 model at par with its competitors.
Powering the sporty sedan is the brand’s signature 4L V8 engine that produces 503 hp allowing the car to complete 0-100 km/h in just 3.8 seconds and to achieve a top speed of 290 km/h.
The extensively revised & tuned new version comes with a sticker price of $78,000 which is pretty justifiable for a sedan as sporty as some of the sportscars out there.
Mercedes AMG E63S
The AMG E63S is the bigger, more powerful, and obviously a pricier sibling of the C63S.
The great thing about it is its ability to deliver performance at par with track-specific cars while still being able to be a practical 4-door sedan.
The overall styling looks strikingly similar to other AMG models, but the unique size and the profile help the E63S to stand out from the rest of the offerings.
At its core lies the tried & tested 4L V8 engine that has been tuned to deliver 612 hp which in turn provides the car the ability to clock 0-100 km/h in just 3.4 seconds and to go all the way up to 300 km/h.
It is one of the most well-equipped cars in its class which is reflected in its $108,000 price tag.
Mercedes AMG GTC Roadster
The AMG GTC Roadster is a $165,000 underrated car but it does not necessarily mean that it hasn’t got what it takes to be a great roadster.
In addition to great performance numbers, the grand tourer also looks stunning on the inside out which is further glorified by its retractable roof and two-seat configuration.
The mid-mounted engine in the front provides the best balance along tricky corners giving you the confidence and ability to explore previously unexplored boundaries of an AMG-tuned car.
Speaking of a mid-mounted engine, it is worthy to know that the 4L V8 can produce a maximum of 550 hp which is sufficient to push you back into your seat.
The impressive power to weight ratio also helps in achieving a top speed of 312 km/h with a 0-100 km/h time of just 3.5 seconds that is nothing short of amazing for a mainstream roadster.
Mercedes AMG GT 63S
The AMG GT 63S is an ultimate 4-door sedan that triumphs over many of its rivals in many ways. The sheer power output, aesthetics, and overall dynamics make it a potent adversary against much pricier competitors which is one of its main selling points.
The coupe body style combined with aggressive interior layout elevates the overall profile which is what people have come to expect from the fastest AMG of all the time.
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The fastest car in Mercedes arsenal also utilizes a 4L V8 powerplant that has been specifically tuned for a total power output of 639 hp.
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The increased power output coupled with numerous other upgrades helps the practical, yet lethal sedan achieves a 0-100km/h mark in just 3.1 seconds with a top speed of 315 km/h. The $162,000 price tag is a great bargain considering it’s a 639 hp track monster.