The new Mercedes AMG GT Black Series is 711 hp | Auto Moters

The new Mercedes AMG GT Black Series is 711 hp

Without a doubt, the most exciting product to bring the three-pointed star to the 2020 launch is the long-awaited return of the Black Series. Countless tests have been carried out at the Nürburgring and more recently in a winter wonderland in Northern Europe. Mercedes was relatively shy about details about the spiritual successor to the AMG Black SLS series, but a report tries to shed light on the juicy performance figures.

The new Mercedes AMG GT Black Series is 711 hp

According to the South African magazine Double Apex, the new flagship from Mercedes (outside Hypercar One) will deliver a whopping 530 kW, which corresponds to 711 hp. The torque generated by its two-turbocharged V8 engine is expected to remain at 800 Newton meters (590 pound-feet). If you believe in the report, it means that the Black Series offers an additional 134 hp and 100 Nm (74 lb-ft) over the AMG GT R.

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The report further mentions that the V8 is combined with a dual clutch automatic transmission that transfers all of this power to the rear wheels for amazing performance. The new Black should reach 0 to 100 km / h in less than three seconds and reach a maximum of 320 km / h. These figures are achieved thanks to a new development of the V8, which, according to AMG boss Tobias Moers, is different from any other engine that Affalterbach previously worked on.

If you think the above-mentioned SLS AMG Black series has lost 70 kg compared to the regular style, there is a good chance that the new Black will also follow a strict diet. Early prototypes also showed a wild aerodynamics for a car that Moers said would not have “much in common” with the GT R.

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While some have referred to the new track-centered machine as the Mercedes-AMG GT R Black Series, the report mentions that it will drop the “R”. A high price and low production numbers are expected, and some people are trying to make a good profit before the super sports car makes its big debut. An early build slot was released in Supercars for Sale, which will cost you € 45,000 ($ 49,300) above the high model price, regardless of what it is. It’s certainly much more than what the Mercedes-AMG is asking for the GT R Pro for $ 200,645.

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