With the Mercedes-AMG GT R the German automaker offers superdeportivo more passionate and radical than have been born from the hand of AMG. No wonder it has been developed in drawing Nürburgring and take many elements from his brother competition, the Mercedes-AMG GT3
The high performance model officially presented at the Goodwood Festival of Speed 2016 sports a discrete body anything green 'Green Hell AMG Magno' and a aerodynamic kit little or nothing to envy to the best sporting moment. The wind tunnel was of vital importance in developing better air resistance with active solutions that improve soil effect, as the movable piece carbon fiber found in the frontal and provides up to 40 kg load Extra (250 km / h) and the calender clearly differentiated with respect to GT GT and S versions and having a work in active elements.
The wheel arches grow in width to the conventional version, with 4.6 extra in the front and rear axle noticeable with 5.7 cm of more axis cm. In the latter there is room to wheels 20 inches mounted tires measures 325/30, while the front wheels have rubber tires measures 275/35 and 19 inches. Note that the tires are supplied semi-slicks Michelin Pilot Sport Cup 2, the level of supercars like the Ferrari 458 Speciale or Porsche 918 Spyder.
The brake system has clamps high performance painted icon yellow color, while carbocerámicos brakes are optional, 390 mm for the front and 360 mm on the rear wheels. Extra latter come directly from competition reduces the car's weight to 17 kg, keeping the total set of Mercedes-AMG GT R in 1,555 kg vacuum.
A powerful V8 engine for the Mercedes-AMG GT R
East Mercedes-AMG GT R gasoline engine has V8 four liters of origin, but with a high power rating to 585 CV, representing an increase of 75 hp compared to the Mercedes-AMG GT S and 123 hp in the case of Mercedes-AMG GT. Mechanical engages automatic dual clutch transmission 'AMG Speedshift'Seven marches, sending power to the rear wheels and having a new tuning system'AMG Traction Control'And its limited slip differential. Furthermore, the rear wheels are guidelines type and improve cornering to counter rotate to the front when driving at less than 100 km / h and so in the same direction all four wheels when this speed is exceeded.
All of the above contributes to the Mercedes-AMG GT R It can accelerate from 0 to 100 km / h in 3.6 seconds (0.2 seconds better than the Mercedes-AMG GT S) and a maximum speed that reaches the 318 km / h.
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