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2021 Mercedes-AMG GT Black Series review

Introducing the most powerful and arguably most exciting Mercedes-AMG model yet: the 2021 Mercedes-AMG GT Black Series.

2020 Mercedes-AMG GT review

AMG's GT range has been facelifted, including a new cabin makeover. So why isn't it a substantially improved breed?

Mercedes-AMG GT4 review

How often have we heard the term 'a race car for the road'? Well, here we have a race car for the racetrack. (Wild, right?)...

2019 Mercedes-AMG GT63 S 4-Door review

If you ever needed proof that performance cars are as much about image as they are about prowess, look no further.

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Mercedes-AMG GT4 race car review

The Mercedes-AMG GT4 is the car you buy if you have numerous supercars but don’t fancy destroying one of them on a track day. Or if you actually want to compete in GT4 races. It’s a serious bit of kit that demands respect at all times, but conversely, you can trailer it to a track, change a few settings and have an absolute blast knowing you’re completely protected with a great safety cell while being in an actual race car...

REVIEW: 2020 Mercedes-AMG GT R, GT C, GT S first drive

There's so much to like, here. If I were buying an AMG GT, I would find it hard to go past the GT R at first. And if I intended to track the car frequently, I would put up with the downfalls, but a more rational version of me would definitely pick the GT C and live happily ever after. Maybe.

2017 Mercedes-AMG GT R track review

See the full article here. Thundering into turn one at the deceptively named Bilster Berg Driving Resort, the 2017 AMG GT R is popping, crackling and snarling as I downshift under heavy braking before turning into the tight uphill hairpin. Following Mercedes-Benz racing legend Bernt Schneider at close quarters is illustrating two glaring points...

2015 Mercedes-AMG GT S v Porsche 911 GT3 Comparison Review

Porsche 911 GT3 — it’s the modern day pinnacle of track focussed motoring. It’s hard-edged, fast and sounds utterly epic. With a top speed of 315km/h and a 0-100km/h sprint of just 3.5-seconds, the seven-speed dual-clutch gearbox teams with a 3.8-litre naturally aspirated six-cylinder engine to produce a crazy 350kW of power and 440Nm of torque...

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Mercedes-AMG GT S v Porsche 911 GT3 : Comparison Review

The Porsche 911 GT3 and its more hardcore brother, the GT3 RS, are not sports cars for the faint hearted. Bought by those seeking a proper track car that can double as an occasional daily driver, the GT3 remains as perhaps the best example of what a modern sports car can offer a true driving enthusiast...

Mercedes-AMG GT News

2021 Mercedes-AMG GT Black Series breaks Nurburgring production lap record

Mercedes-AMG's most powerful series-production model, the GT Black Series, has broken the overall lap record for production cars around the Nurburgring Nordschleife. Recording a time of 6 minutes, 43.616 seconds around the 20.6km layout of the iconic German circuit, the GT Black Series beats the 6-minute 44...

Video: 2021 Mercedes-AMG GT 63 S 4-Door reclaims Nurburgring lap record

Mercedes-AMG’s GT 63 S 4-Door has once again reclaimed its place at the top of the Nurburgring Nordschleife timesheet. The Affalterbach brand has today announced that a model-year-2021 version of its flagship performance liftback has once again snatched the lap record for ‘executive cars’ around the Nordschleife layout of the iconic German circuit, with a time of 7 minutes, 27...

$400,000 Mercedes-AMG burned to the ground in apparent online protest

A disgruntled Russian YouTube star has used the video streaming platform to stage a dramatic protest against Mercedes-Benz. Mikhail Litvin doused his luxury Mercedes-AMG GT 63 S four-door in petrol before setting it alight and watching it go up in flames, totally destroying the car which, in Australia, starts from $358,735 plus on-road costs...

2021 Mercedes-AMG GT Black Series price and specs: Most powerful AMG is here

2021 Mercedes-AMG GT Black Series priced from $796,900 plus on-road costs Only 28 to allocated to Australia 537kW/800Nm 4.0-litre twin-turbo V8 Titanium roll cage comes as standard The 2021 Mercedes-AMG GT Black Series has been announced for the Australian market, and just 28 local buyers will have the chance to claim one...

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2015 Mercedes-amg GT S Review

I drove this car on Circuit of the Americas for 3 days in December, 2015. The GT S is fast, it tracks well, has three suspension settings and produces a burble and grunt that put a smile on the face of this Porsche fanatic. Sport Plus mode allowed for a pleasurable mix of safety and naughtiness. AMG would not all us to turn ESP off (probably for good reason)...

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