The Mercedes AMG GT is a truly awesome vehicle — and that’s not an overstatement. Just look at the body, styling, and so many details you never get tired of looking at all angles. The hatchback area, and it’s enormous nearly-flat window, are impressive on their own. And check out the snippet of the steering wheel and dashboard. Wow. Add to all that 456 to 503 in horsepower from a typically powerful Benz engine, and you have a new-car price tag well exceeding six figures.
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A big element of this tint job is how well the very dark shade goes with all the black trim around the body. Darkening the windows — even the windshield at 50 percent — added a strip of darkness to break up and emphasize the yellow body paint job. Adding as much of a sporty element is important here — the GT is Mercedes’ effort to compete with the Porsche 911.
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Notice how you can see right through the side and rear windows. The Mercedes still looks good overall — but wait until the windows are improved!
Note how the darkened windows pull out the lines and trim elements of the body, as well as the stunning body paint color.
Above, a good look at a limo-tinted rear window. Below, a still photo of that steering wheel and dashboard area. As we said above, wow.