Mercedes-Benz CLK-GTR GT-racing sports car.

It took Mercedes-Benz and AMG just 128 days to develop the CLK-GTR for the FIA GT championship launched in 1997. Powered by a V12 engine, the CLK-GTR dominated the 1997 season, winning six of the eleven races and completing four 1-2 finishes along the way. Mercedes-Benz ended the season at the top of the team rankings, while Bernd Schneider also won the drivers’ title for the brand.

  • Cylinders V12
  • Displacement 365 cu in
  • Output 464 kW
  • at engine speed 7000/min
  • Top speed 200 mph