On the event of the 55th anniversary of the founding of the AMG manufacturer, Mercedes-AMG provides a limited collection of 55 Mercedes-AMG GT Track Sequence, solely for keep track of use.
In 1967, Hans Werner Aufrecht and Erhard Melcher launched the AMG manufacturer. To mark this anniversary, Mercedes-AMG is launching a confined sequence of 55 Mercedes-AMG GT Monitor Collection exclusively for monitor use.
The 55 illustrations are hand-assembled in Affalterbach and characteristic a “1 of 55” plaque on the inside of that identifies every AMG GT Track Series as a special instance of this special series.
With 734 hp and 850 Nm, the Mercedes-AMG GT Keep track of Sequence is the most impressive client athletics car or truck created by Mercedes-AMG. It is mated to a Hewland HLS 6-velocity sequential gearbox with adjustable differential transfers the electrical power to the rear axle.
The gearbox is mounted on the rear axle as on the other variations in transaxle configuration, and the link among the engine and the gearbox is by means of a carbon fibre driveshaft.
Suspension is with four-stage adjustable Bilstein dampers. Each individual stage has a high-velocity and lower-velocity setting in the rebound and compression stages and also allows adjustment of the ground clearance. The anti-roll bars are also separately adjustable.
Certain to the GT3 and GT4 course styles, the Mercedes-AMG GT Track Series has a racing certain traction management and a motorsport Ab muscles each and every adjustable on 12 amounts (level 1 – AC/TCS lively at maximum stage, degree 11 – AC/TCS at minimal motion, level 12 – off). The brakes have metal discs with a diameter of 390 mm at the front and 355 mm at the rear.
For a lessened body weight, the bonnet, wings, sills, rear door and the rear apron are created of carbon fibre. Consequently, the kerbweight is only 1,400 kg when compared to 1,615 kg for the AMG GT Black Sequence.
Being a racing car or truck, the Mercedes-AMG GT Keep track of Series attributes a roll cage designed of superior tensile metal which is bolted to the aluminium sparce frame. The driver is shielded by a carbon cell which is acceptable for taller drivers and the seats have 5-point belts. The steering wheel is made in conjunction with the sim racing authorities at Dice Controls, has a vast assortment of adjustment and quite a few handle possibilities. The dashboard includes a BOSCH DDU 11 programmable display screen.
The entrance spoiler and sills have blades at the base for amplified downforce, and there are also carbon fins at the rear of the front wheels and in entrance of the rear wheels to guidebook the airflow. The sills integrate cooling ducts to assure productive brake cooling. The AMG GT Track Sequence capabilities a twin diffuser at the rear and a rear spoiler that is mechanically adjustable offers greater downforce at the rear axle.
There is also a significant air consumption in the bonnet which has the two an aerodynamic and engine cooling part.
The AMG GT Black Sequence is geared up with 18-inch forged wheels, the normal dimensions for GT racing cars, and the automobile is painted in MANUFAKTUR substantial-tech silver magno with crimson and anthracite design and style elements. The sale value is 369,000 euro furthermore VAT.