India’s Most Memorable Mercedes-AMG GT Black Series Valued At Rs 5.50 Crore Conveyed To Bren Garage

Boopesh Reddy, an auto fan from Bengaluru and found of Bren Garage possesses notorious supercars like the SLS AMG, AMG G 63 and numerous other top-end Mercedes-Benz vehicles, aside from other fascinating vehicles also.

Mercedes-Benz has conveyed country’s very first AMG GT Black Series supercar, the most remarkable AMG ever to Boopesh Reddy of Bren Garage. The Mercedes-AMG GT Black Edition is valued at Rs 5.5 crore and the second unit of the supercar will be conveyed one month from now to an obscure client. Boopesh Reddy, is an auto lover from Bengaluru and possesses notorious supercars like the SLS AMG, AMG G 63 and numerous other top-end Mercedes-Benz vehicles, aside from other fascinating vehicles too. His carport, called Bren Garage is quite possibly the most followed auto page via virtual entertainment stage.

Mercedes-AMG GT Black Series: Exterior

The Mercedes-AMG GT Black Series gets new, bigger front cover with an extra physically flexible front splitter for course use, with front diffuser in carbon fiber. New carbon-fiber hat with two enormous air outlets and noticeable carbon-fiber surfaces likewise make AMG GT a looker.

Mercedes-AMG GT Black Series: Interior

Explicit inside idea in Exclusive Nappa calfskin/DINAMICA microfibre in dark with orange differentiating topstitching and matt dark carbon-fiber trim, and AMG Interior Night Package are important for the bundle. It likewise gets standard light AMG carbon-fiber pail seats with orange differentiating topstitching or AMG Performance seats. It likewise gets AMG Performance guiding wheel in DINAMICA microfibre with AMG controlling wheel fastens and identification with Black Series lettering.

Mercedes-AMG GT Black Series: Technical details

The Mercedes-AMG GT Black Series has a V8 motor with a level driving rod that creates 537 kW (730 hp) at 6700-6900 rpm and conveys a pinnacle force of 800 Nm accessible at 2000-6000 rpm. The V8 pushed the supercar from 0 to 100 km/h in 3.2 seconds, and 0 to 200 km/h in less than 9 seconds with a maximum velocity of 325 km/h. Power is communicated to the back tires through the seven-speed AMG SPEEDSHIFT DCT 7G double grasp transmission.

In contrast with all the V8 motors utilized in the past AMGs, the GT Black Series accompanies ‘level driving rod’ variation of the V8 motor that permits perfection and high force at low rotational rates. Besides, the utilization of ‘level driving rod’ in the ‘level plane’ V8 motor makes consistently swaying gas sections that give upgraded motor execution

Motor 4.0 liter V8 biturbo

Uprooting 3982 cc

Yield 537 kW (730 hp) at 6700-6900 rpm

Top force 800 Nm at 2000-6000 rpm

Drive Rear-wheel drive

Transmission AMG SPEEDSHIFT DCT 7G

Consolidated fuel utilization 12.8 l/100 km*

Consolidated CO2 emanations 292 g/km

Speed increase 0-100 km/h 3.2 s

Speed increase 0 – 200 km/h < 9 s

Maximum velocity 325 km/

Martin Schwenk, Managing Director and CEO, Mercedes-Benz India, “We are excited to convey the first-ever AMG GT Black Series in Quite a while, a car extraordinariness in the realm of execution motoring and the nearest closeness to engine hustling. The conveyance of the AMG GT Black Series firmly underscores our responsibility towards presenting the best and select items from our worldwide portfolio for execution perfectionists in India.”

“There was a staggering reaction from the AMG clients for the AMG GT Black Series super vehicle since its worldwide presentation, and we will convey two units of this selective show-stopper in India in view of our assignments. The second unit of the Black Series will be conveyed to our client one month from now” added Schwenk.