2020-11-19 01:29:20

The most potent Mercedes became the absolute record on Nurburgring

The most powerful car in the German company's lineup, Mercedes-AMG GT Black Series Coupe, set the Nürburgring North Loop record.

The car was driven into the hands of German driver Maro Engel, who won the FIA ​​GT world championship with the 24-hour Nurburgring marathon.

Engel completed the 20.8-kilometer German track in 6 minutes and 43.616 seconds, which is over 1 second better than the last record of the Lamborghini Aventador SVJ (Super Veloce Jota) supercar.

Mercedes-AMG GT Black Series is equipped with the latest 4.0-liter twin-turbo V8 with 730 horses and 800 Nm. The engine works with a 7-speed "robot" with two clutches.
The novelty has a coil-over suspension and adaptive AMG Ride Control shock absorbers, plus there are adjustable anti-roll bars. The car also received a sophisticated aerodynamic body kit with the technology used in the GT3 and GT4 series.

The Mercedes-AMG GT Black Series coupe's top speed is 325 km/h, and the first 100 km/h is gained in 3.2 seconds.