The 2018 Mercedes-AMG GT R starts at $157,000 and has a 577-horsepower, 4.0-liter V8 inside, going from 0-60 mph in what Mercedes says is 3.5 seconds. That might not even be the end of it for the Mercedes-AMG GT.
I beseech you to try and take issue with the Mercedes-AMG GT. You can’t. Even if that’s not the six-figure sports car you’d buy, it’s hard to have problems with that howling 503 horsepower twin-turbo V8 in such a sexy package. One thing that would make it even more interesting would be an extra set of doors and seats.…
I have a confession to make: I’ve always hated how my Mercedes-AMG GT R was confined to solid ground only. There are so many new and undiscovered places to explore when you can cross the seas. Places like the Dominican Republic. Honduras. Venezuela. Cigarette Racing came to the rescue.
I awoke this morning to a surprise: the Mercedes AMG GT that races in the GT3 category is not called the Mercedes AMG GT GT3, as I halfway hoped it would be. Instead it is the Mercedes AMG GT3. Hm.
The Mercedes-AMG GT is a luxurious yet delightfully hardcore model in its own right. What happens when you cut the top off and give it a whole heaping of more power, and make it launch to highway speed 3.7 seconds? You get this, the Mercedes-AMG GT Roadster. And it comes in two flavors.
Mercedes has introduced a new AMG GT base model in America that’s almost $20,000 cheaper than the initial GT S model. I’m thinking that slides the new entry-level GT into reasonable third-car territory finally.
People tend to think of Mercedes-Benz as this brand that’s conservative and staid and boring—the old money of luxury cars. Every now and then they go and do some things so batshit insane that they prove those people completely wrong. Here is more of the 575 horsepower Mercedes-AMG GT R, in all its obscenely green…
We knew some hardcore variant of the Mercedes-AMG GT was coming, and a new video with it lurking in the shadows shows that it will be called the Mercedes-AMG GT-R. R. RRRRR. RRRRR like a pirate. A racing pirate.
Take one Mercedes twin-turbo V8. Give it a stupid, ungodly amount of power. Take the noise straight out of a Camaro SS. And then make the entire thing look like an enormous dick. That’s the Mercedes-AMG GT S, and I think I’m in love with it.
That’s right, wallpapers, plural. I’m bringing two of them today. I must like you jokers or something.
What, you thought Mercedes was done when it made the AMG GT? You thought it was finished when it said you could get one in a 503-horsepower “S” trim level? Mercedes isn’t done with the meal when it’s full, Mercedes is done when it hates itself. And that’s probably why we’re getting this, some sort of super…
The Japanese aftermarket has given us the Black Bison AMG-GT. But is this something Vin Diesel should know about?
[Here we see the natural enemy of the car detailer, the pigeon. Photo Credit: Raphael Orlove]
The Mercedes-AMG GT isn’t a Porsche 911, but it is a damn fine sports car. And just look at it. It’s absolutely stunning. What do you need to know before you buy an AMG GT? Don’t worry, we’ll tell you everything right here in our Buyer’s Guide.
Have a Mercedes-AMG GT but just can’t seem to find the right bike to park next to it in the garage? Times are tough out there, I totally get it. Luckily, the nice folks at MV Agusta do too, and they’re stepped in to lend a hand.