The Mercedes AMG GT R Pro, which .came out in late 2018, has been honed further by the good folks at Affalterbach. The limited-edition model has numerous updates performed to deliver even more racetrack performance: In a nutshell, Mercedes-AMG top-of-the-line GT R is offered with optimized specific power, new suspension, aerodynamic fine-tuning for more downforce, lightweight-design bucket seats and lightweight-design wheels.
The GT R PRO uses a 4.0-liter biturbo V8 engine with an output of 585 hp and 700 Nm of torque. It can sprint from 0 to 100 km/h in 3.6 seconds and has a top speed of 318 km/h (198 mph).
The GT R PRO builds on the GT R with aerodynamic fine-tuning resulting in more downforce; a new suspension; and lightweight-design bucket seats and wheels, all of which contribute to enhanced driving dynamics and racetrack performance. Speaking of wheels, the top performer is offered in either 19-inch or 20-inch AMG five-twin-spoke forged-alloy wheels painted in titanium grey. With the AMG Carbon package, the diffuser and front splitter come in carbon fiber trims. The AMG Matt Black Carbon Fiber trim package is practically standard inside and out. And of course, the super car is decked out in light green racing stripes.
Mercedes-AMG GT R Pro: An interior with refinement and race equipment
The GT R PRO comes as standard with 10.25-inch digital instrument cluster display and multimedia display, a roll cage in matt black, a Premium Burmester surround sound system and Keyless-Go, as well as Interior Night ambience.
The performance car is stacked with carbon ceramic brakes for impeccable stopping power. With the AMG Track package, you get Active Aerodynamics; AMG Ride Control sports suspension with adjustable damper system; and AMG electronically controlled rear axle limited-slip differential lock; just to name a few.
The car also has a Parking package with Parking Assist (PARKTRONIC) to give easy access for placing your prized possession in any tight spot. Retail price for the AMG GT R Pro starts from 188,345 pounds in the U.K.