Mercedes-Benz celebrates the 50th anniversary of its high-performing AMG arm this year with a limited addition of its Mercedes-AMG GT3 race car. The AMG GT3 Edition 50 is based on the AMG GT3 that was unveiled about two years ago at the Geneva Motor Show, yet the Edition 50 will come with multiple, unique and interesting upgrades. Only five units of the Mercedes-AMG GT3 Edition 50 will be built. Will you be collecting one? 

The exterior will consist of a 'real black' matte finish, which the automaker claims to be the first outing ever on any AMG vehicle. The interior continues with the theme following the matte back carbon-fiber lining. Contrast will come from silver six-point seat belts and a racing steering wheel finished in silver with additional AMG logos. 

Mercedes-Benz is also set to expand its AMG range for its littlest performance cars. AMG will deliver a two-tier range of compact high-performance cars starting next year with the all new A-Class. Two different performance and two different price points will be set for these up and coming models. The idea is similar to the two-tiered startegy it already uses on its larger cars, which both use the 3.0-liter V6 twin turbo power in the "43" models and 4.0-liter V8 twin turbo in the 63" model. 

"We will complement our successful 45 models with two versions like we do with our larger cars." says Mercedes-AMG chairman Tobias Moers. 

Mercedes-Benz Concept A Sedan, 2017 2017 Mercedes-Benz Concept A.

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