Mercedes-AMG’s New GT63 Coupe Aims for More Mass Appeal

Their legs are moved by a system that works like a hydraulic pump and uses blood as the fuel.

McLaren has used a hydropneumatic system for a long time.

The GT’s corners are joined by circuits that control the car’s roll stiffness.

There is a cylinder in each corner that looks like a damper, but the damping is done by electrically controlled valves on the outside of the damper body.

The good thing about the system is that you can turn off the anti-roll effect to make the ride smoother and then turn it up to 11 when you really want to corner.

The Mercedes-AMG SL now shares its chassis with the second-generation GT, which is a pretty much brand-new car.