Now this is a car I would LOVE a drive in!! Porsche GT2 RS🤩 BUT! It’s £400,000 for a used one!🤯and just try and get a new one😅Then a GT3 RS is £220,000 used!🤭 And then that leaves the awesome AMG GTR. At a very reasonable £150,000 it’s a bit of a bargain!😅 So really the question is... £250,000 premium, is it really worth it for the GT2 RS?🤔 I’ll take the GTR! #charliescarchat#amggtr#porsche#porschegt2rs#gt2rs#porschegt2#beastofthegreenhell
The tragedy of life is not that it ends so soon, but that we wait so long to begin it. - W.M. Lewis
What have you been waiting to get started on? You only have so much time on this earth so get on it today. 📸: @keep_1t_300
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The new AMG GT R "The Beast of The Green Hell".
AMG. Driven By The Inner Force.
Next Level of Driving Performance.
The AMG M178 4.0L biturbo engine in the AMG GT R has an output of 585hp and the peak torque of 700Nm is available between 1,900 and 5,500rpm. The AMG 4.0L V8 engine features the tried and tested twin turbochargers, which are not mounted on the outside of the cylinder banks but rather inside the V configuration – experts call it a “hot inside V”. This basic principle of the new AMG V8 family has been further optimised for the AMG GT R. The seven-speed dual-clutch transmission configured in a transaxle layout at the rear axle has likewise been extensively revised by the AMG developers to make the transmission even more suitable for the racetrack. Drivers can tailor the AMG GT R to their personal preferences using the AMG DYNAMIC SELECT controller. Various modes are available: “C” (Comfort), “S” (Sport), “S+” (Sport Plus) and “I” (Individual). The “RACE” mode optimally adjusts the shift strategy of the dual clutch transmission to the needs of racetrack usage.
Mercedes-AMG One man, one engine Handcrafted by Michael Kübler @f1mike28 in Germany Affalterbach. Driving Performance is our Passion!
Mercedes-AMG the Performance and Sports Car Brand from Mercedes-Benz.
Mercedes-AMG Handcrafted by Racers.
Fuel consumption combined: 11,4 - 9,3 l/100 km | CO2-Emissions combined: 259 - 216 g/km.