The AMG GT S is a two-seat coupe created from the ground up by AMG - like the SLS (which we also drove only in the wet years go). It uses a modified SLS platform, but beyond that, it is a different animal. Its wheelbase is substantially shorter, along with its overall length, while it's as wide as the SLS. Overall, the GT S is also lighter.
These characteristics have made the AMG GT S noticeably more driveable than its more exotic gullwing sibling. The new car is eminently more nimble, more controllable, and more relevant to roads that are not straight for kilometres on end.
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