Mercedes-Benz has unveiled the Mercedes-AMG GT Black Series, which starts at Rs 5.5 crores (ex-showroom, India, before individual customer configurations). Only two units of the supercar will be sent to India via the CBU route, according to the German manufacturer, and both have already been sold. In Karnataka, the first unit has already been delivered, and the second unit will arrive next month.
The AMG GT Black Series will be limited to only two units in India, and the first of the two supercars was delivered at the launch. Boopesh Reddy, better known to supercar spotters in India as Bren Garage, received the first Mercedes-AMG GT Black Series.
The AMG GT Black Series is an automotive uniqueness in the world of performance motoring and the closest approach to motor racing ever introduced in India.,” said Martin Schwenk, Managing Director & CEO, Mercedes-Benz India, at the launch of the new AMG GT Black Series.
The arrival of the AMG GT Black Series in India demonstrates our dedication to bringing the most desirable and exclusive products from our global range to India’s performance purists. Since its global premiere, the AMG GT Black Series supercar has received an extraordinary demand from AMG customers, and we will deliver two units of this special masterpiece in India depending on our allocations. The Black Series’ second unit of Mercedes will be delivered to our customer next month.”
- In 3.2 seconds, the AMG GT Black Series accelerates from zero to 100 kilometres per hour.
- It has a power output of 730 horsepower and a torque output of 800 newtons.
- Mercedes-AMG GT3 race vehicle inspired the bodywork.
Mercedes-AMG GT Black Series strongest ever V8 engine
Unlike previous AMG models, this track-focused supercar is powered by a flat-plane crankshaft V8 engine that gives a smooth yet increased performance at low RPMs. The engine now receives 730hp and 800Nm of torque from a modified AMG-spec 7-speed DCT transmission.
The Mercedes AMG GT Black Series has a 7-speed dual-clutch automatic transmission that transfers power to the rear wheels. The Mercedes AMG GT Black Series accelerates from 0 to 100 kilometres per hour in only 3.2 seconds and reaches 200 kilometres per hour in less than 9 seconds. The Mercedes AMG GT Black Series can reach a top speed of 325 kilometres per hour. The AMG GT Black Series set a lap time of 6:43.616 around the Nurburgring, which was the fastest time around the historic German track at the time of the supercar’s launch in 2020.
Mercedes-AMG GT Black Series Obtains track equipment.
The supercar gets a new, wider front grille, as well as a carbon-fibre diffuser for enhanced aerodynamics and a manually-adjustable splitter, to extract the greatest lap performances on courses. The addition of a new carbon-fibre bonnet with two huge air vents that aid in downforce and cooling helps to keep things light. New carbon-fibre front wings with integrated body-colour louvres and a carbon top are also featured on the GT Black Series.
Coil-over suspension with adjustable dampers is standard on the Mercedes AMG GT Black Series. The front anti-roll bar is made of carbon fibre and, like the rear device, can be modified.
The supercar is also equipped with 10-spoke forged alloy wheels that measure 19 inches in front and 20 inches in back. There are manually adjustable camber and roll bars on both axles, as well as an improved braking system, as well as changeable adaptive dampers for the GT Black Series. Orange contrast stitching, matt black carbon-fibre trim, lightweight carbon-fibre bucket seats, and an AMG steering wheel with a ‘Black Series’ inscription adorn the interior of the supercar. Finally, Drivers can better regulate the supercar’s performance both on and off the track with AMG’s traction control.
Lamborghini and Porsche’s supercars compete on the track.
In India, the Lamborghini Huracan STO and the Porsche 911 GT2 RS battle against. When it comes to track-based supercars, the GT Black Series is the best. A production-ready version of Mercedes-AMG’s One supercar was recently unveiled by the company.
The Mercedes AMG GT Black Series: Some Thoughts
The Mercedes-AMG GT Black Series is the pinnacle of Mercedes-current AMG’s GT sports vehicle series. With only two of the 1,700 cars ever manufactured arriving in India and production having ceased, seeing this car on Indian roads will be a treat for enthusiasts across the country “as read and reported by www.autocarindia.com.”