The Mercedes-Benz AMG GT R is not a car you just pass by. Developed on the track and made to give the utmost on public roads. A GT is great, a GT R is overwhelming. The V8 delivers more power, namely 585 hp at 6250 tpm and 700 Nm. The GT R also has a heavier appearance, with new aerodynamic bumpers and a manually adjustable rear spoiler.
The GT R is 70 kg lighter than the GT C and that has been achieved in particular by removing various luxury elements. The GT R clocked a lap at 7:10,92 at the Nürburgring Nordschleife, since then it has been nicknamed 'The Beast from the Green Hell'. The GT R version that we have in the showroom is a unique piece. Green Hell Magno on the outside with black rims finished with a polished edge. The grille consists of vertical bars. The ceramic brakes are operated by copper-colored calipers. Carbon fiber diffusers decorate the front and rear. The roof, the rear wing and inserts on the front screens are also made of carbon. In the interior you see the sports seats at first, with behind them the mat green roll cage to which the supplied 4-point seat belts can be attached to. These are part of the AMG Track Package. Naturally, this GT R also has 4-wheel steering, which ensures better stability and response of the car at high speed.
The powertrain is actively suspended to prevent vibrations. The position of the gearbox is also special; in the rear of the car at the barrier differential. The 4.0 liter engine brings the AMG GT R to 100 meters within 3.6 seconds and generates a maximum speed of 318 km/h. With all its power, this 'Beast from the Green Hell' is now patiently waiting for you in the showroom. Will you give him back his freedom on the road?
This Mercedes AMG GT R 4.0 is equipped with the following specifications:
Anti-lock braking system Cruise control Driver's airbag Electrically operated front windows Front central armrest Front side airbags Height adjustable steering wheel Immobiliser Onboard computer Passenger airbag Rain sensor Rear spoiler Reversing camera Sports seats Sports suspension