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Mercedes-AMG GT R: Around the Nürburgring in 7:10.9 minutes. Outstanding Nordschleife lap time for the “Beast of the Green Hell”.

Mercedes-AMG GT R: Around the Nürburgring in 7:10.9 minutes.

Outstanding Nordschleife lap time for the “Beast of the Green Hell”.

Fuel consumption combined: 11.4 l/100 km;

combined CO₂ emissions: 259 g/km.*

  • Mercedes-AMG GT R: Around the Nürburgring in 7:10.9 minutes.

  • Fastest road-going sports car.

    Through the Green Hell in just 7:10.9 minutes – the Mercedes-AMG GT R was faster than any other road-going sports car ever tested. Hence, the 430 kW (585 PS) “Beast of the Green Hell” more than lived up to its name. A circuit of the legendary Nordschleife, which ranks as the world’s toughest race track, is the ultimate test of a sports car. Just ahead of the winter break due to weather, the new Mercedes-AMG GT R has set the fastest-ever lap time on the Nürburgring Nordschleife in a test drive conducted by “sport auto”.

    Mercedes-AMG GT R: Through the Green Hell in just 7:10.9 minutes – the GT R was faster than any other road-going sports car ever tested.

    In a time of 7:10.9 minutes, the new spearhead of the AMG model range was faster through the Green Hell than any other road-going sports car ever tested by the motoring magazine.

    Mercedes-AMG GT R : And this exceptional race track, the Green Hell of the Nürburgring, is precisely where the GT R has spent a large proportion of its development time.

    Developed in the Green Hell.

    The foundations for such exceptional driving dynamics come courtesy of the front mid-engine layout with transaxle, a 430 kW (585 PS) V8 biturbo engine, extensively modified suspension, sophisticated aerodynamics, active rear-axle steering, bespoke tyres and intelligent lightweight design.

    And this exceptional race track, the Green Hell of the Nürburgring, is precisely where the Mercedes-AMG GT R has spent a large proportion of its development time. Numerous innovations and modifications bear witness that the road-going sports car has racing DNA in its blood.

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