, 2022-12-18 13:30:00,
Mercedes-Benz released a truly quick supercar in 2021 with the Mercedes-AMG GT; however, it seems speed was their main focus as this supercar has a remarkable number of recalls and reliability issues.
Not exactly known for their reliability, Mercedes-Benz has a long history of models being recalled. From the problematic 2015 C-Class lineup and the C300 with ten recalls to the health and safety risk that is the 2015 M-Class.
However, supercars generally don’t have high endurance and reliability as they are built for speed and performance, which in turn puts a heavy toll on the engine and other key components. The Mercedes-AMG GT takes the crown, though, as its reliability is horrible, even compared to other supercars.
Without further ado, let’s get down to exactly the biggest problems with owning and living with a 2021 AMG GT.
The 2021 AMG GT Offers Plenty
The previous AMG GTs already had plenty of horsepower, but the 2021 model is something to behold. Mercedes fitted the 2020 base model with a twin-turbocharged 4.0L V8 that puts out an impressive 523 HP and 494 lb-ft of torque. As for the transmission, Mercedes has equipped the AMG GT with a seven-speed dual-clutch transmission system.
However, the 2021 Black Series trim is an entirely different beast with an astonishing 720 HP and 590 lb-ft of torque, putting it up there with some of the most powerful supercars…
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