It costs more than the AMG GT sports car.
Even though it already makes a sporty version of the CLS four-door-coupe, the Mercedes-AMG division wanted to create its own bespoke four-door model to sit alongside the AMG GT. It's called the AMG GT 4-Door Coupe, and despite what the name suggests, it's actually based on the E-Class, not the AMG GT. The GT 4-Door Coupe is now available to order, with cars reaching European dealers in late fall.
The first models available will be the V8-powered GT 63 4MATIC+ and GT 63 S 4MATIC+. Both are powered by a 4.0-liter twin-turbo V8, the GT 63 producing 585 horsepower and GT 63 S gaining 54 over that for 639 horsepower. The GT 63 S now becomes the most powerful AMG GT car in the range, but it does come at a cost. The base GT 63 will start at €150,118, and the GT 63 S will start at €167,016. US pricing hasn't been announced, but the GT 4-Door should cost between $175,000 and $195,000 at current exchange rates. There will also be a limited Edition 1 model, which starts around $216,000.
At these prices, the AMG GT 4-Door Coupe is even more expensive than the luxurious S63 Coupe ($167,700), though the V12 S65 Coupe will still be a bit more expensive ($238,800). A less expensive GT 53 with a hybridized inline-six will be available later on, but the GT 4-Door Coupe won't be a cheap date no matter what engine it has up front.