You don't need much to tell that the Mercedes-Benz AMG GT 4-Door is one strong-looking performance car. From its aggressive and muscular shoulders and the AMG trademark Panamericana grille, it ticks all the right boxes. And there's power – 429bhp and 520Nm of torque of it from its turbocharged 3.0-litre inline-six. Combined with its blend of on-road comfort and corner carving abilities, the AMG GT 4-Door offers a fresh new take on what's expected from performance sedans today.
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Once again, the Mercedes AMG GT 4-Door Coupe comes out tops in the Performance Sedan segment.

This is effectively a four-door, five-seater version of the AMG GT, and it's clear that this is a full-on performance car. From its aggressive, muscular shoulders to the iconic Panamericana grille on its nose, it offers all the right presence expected from an AMG car.

Yet, it manages to be sensible and practical, especially when you get into its luxurious cabin. The AMG GT 4-Door is fully decked out in equipment, with two highly-customisable 12.3-inch screens that form a large widescreen cockpit. It is a visual treat for drivers and passengers alike.

As hardcore as its AMG moniker suggests, the AMG GT 4-Door manages to offer a lofty, lounge like experience inside with massage seats and ambient lighting. It also manages to still be practical. You get three seats compared to the usual two in the rear, and a sizeable 360-litre boot.

Expectedly, this car is quick – it is an AMG after all. The 53 model is powered by a 3.0-litre turbocharged straight-six that sends 429bhp and 520Nm of torque to all four wheels. With this powerplant, power is almost instantaneous. Combined with its well-sorted chassis, it is a delight when you drive it enthusiastically.

Even with such tremendous power, the AMG GT 4-Door can also be calm and composed when you want it to be. Driven normally, it manages to be comfortable despite undulations and bad patches of road.

There's no doubting the AMG GT 4-Door. There's looks, power and cornering abilities. It is the perfect combination of AMG's performance DNA with the comfort abilities of Mercedes-Benz.