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The Mercedes-AMG GT is a gorgeous and wickedly fast car, but if you have a family, a two-seater like the GT is a hard pill to swallow. That’s why Mercedes made the GT 63 S. It’s like an AMG GT in sedan form. And Omaze just happens to be raffling one off.
Win a Mercedes-AMG GT 63 S and $20,000 - Enter at Omaze
Here’s what we said about the 2020 Mercedes-AMG GT 63 S in our review:
“As the miles wear on, the GT's personality became easier to pinpoint. While you'll never mistake it for a big, cushy S-Class, the GT does offer some surprising usefulness for such a performance-focused car. There's decent rear seat headroom and solid rear cargo capacity thanks to its hatchback design. Our testers didn't have massaging seats, though they are available (and would be a welcome addition during interstate slogs). And while the thrum of the sport exhaust can be easily eliminated with the tap of a button, the GT never gets so quiet that you forget about its mighty athletic intentions.
And that's the thing about a ballistic weapon like the GT 63, and even more so the hairier GT 63 S: though it can zip to 60 mph in as little as 3.1 seconds, near supercar-like acceleration that would be impressive for a two-seater, this four-door will also haul four full-size humans and a trunk full of luggage with civility and speed. More relevant than its lap times at COTA is the adaptability to dish a day and a half's worth of comfort while hopping across Scotland's endless network of backroads. Though we'd prefer the unflappable S63 sedan for a straight-line bomb through the Midwest, twisty mountainous stretches bring out the GT 63's true nature: a versatile four-seater that seriously thinks it's a sports car. Not everyone will be on board with the GT 63's looks or some of its electronics interfaces, but it has a compelling combination of athleticism and surprising adaptability.”
If you like AMGs, you better enter this giveaway quickly because with an entry deadline of October 6, 2020 at 11:59pm PT this example will be gone fast.
Don't forget to use Autoblog’s exclusive code AUTOBLOG150 at checkout to get 150 FREE entries for this giveaway or any other Omaze experience between now and December 31, 2020.
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