Tema en 'Foro General BMW' iniciado por cybermad, 18 Abr 2019.
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En apoyo, poyon
Lo han cazado...
...y Mercedes publica 2 teaser oficiales, ya queda menos
Cazado con distintos faros, capot...
2021 Mercedes-AMG GT R Black Series Shows More Of Its Dark Side
The Porsche 911 GT2 RS is about to face some stiff competition from the Mercedes-AMG GT R Black Series, as development of the supercar has entered what is believed to be the final testing phase.
Last time we saw it, the camouflage was thicker and some elements were either not present or different. This time though, the model was photographed with less vinyl stickers, exposing more of its aggressive makeover.
Starting with the front, we can see that the headlights are different and sport new graphics. Further down, the bumper has made room for deeper side air intakes and the apron seems to have been modded. The hood has power domes and more cutouts, while the rear end continues to be dominated by a huge wing. The bumper, diffuser and quad exhaust pipes look the same, but the taillights have been darkened.
New suspension, brakes and tires that stick to the tarmac will be part of the build, while a 4.0-liter twin-turbo V8 will still rest under that long hood. The engine however, will be tuned to produce more than the outgoing GT R and GT R Pro, where it makes 577 HP, and it is understood that it will develop around 700 horsepower.
When combined with the improved aerodynamics, the GT R Black Series will be able to sprint to 62 mph (100 km/h) in roughly 3 seconds. The GT R and GT R Pro can do it in 3.6 seconds and have a maximum speed of 198 mph (318 km/h).
Unless the coronavirus pandemic interferes with the German brand’s plans, we expect Mercedes-AMG to present it before the end of the year, as the supercar should enter the brand’s 2021MY lineup.
A ver si lo presentan de una santa vez, que estoy como loco por verlo.
Pues hasta que no pase la mielllda del put*virus este, no vamos a ver ni esta ni otra novedad
Que aplomo perfecto en curva,no valancea nada ,maquinon.
En esta ultima foto con el camuflaje y las opticas parece un 911
Parece que tendrá 711 cv 800 Nm y 70 kg menos que el GT-R (y 126 cv más), va directo a por el GT2 RS
Mercedes-AMG GT Black Series Reportedly Has 711 HP And 590 LB-FT
The most exciting product to carry the three-pointed star earmarked for a 2020 release is without a shadow of a doubt the much-awaited return of the Black Series. It’s been spotted countlessly testing at the Nürburgring and more recently in a winter wonderland in northern Europe. Mercedes has been relatively coy on details about the SLS AMG Black Series’ spiritual successor, but a report attempts to shed light on the juicy power figures.
According to South African magazine Double Apex, the new flagship performance model from Mercedes (outside of the One hypercar) will offer an enormous 530 kW, which would translate to 711 horsepower. The torque generated by its twin-turbo V8 engine is expected to stand at 800 Newton-meters (590 pound-feet). If the report is to be believed, it means the Black Series will offer an extra 134 hp and 100 Nm (74 lb-ft) over the AMG GT R.
The report goes on to mention the V8 will be linked to a dual-clutch automatic transmission sending all that power to the rear wheels to enable some amazing performance. The new Black is said to do 0-62 mph (0-100 km/h) in less than three seconds and top out at more than 200 mph (320 km/h). It will achieve these numbers thanks to a new development of the V8, which AMG boss Tobias Moers said is unlike any other engine Affalterbach has worked on before.
Considering the aforementioned SLS AMG Black Series lost 154 pounds (70 kilograms) compared to the regular model, there’s a pretty good chance the new Black will also go through a strict diet. Prototypes have also been showing some wild aero for a car Moers said won’t have “much in common” with the GT R.
While some have referred to the new track-focused machine as the Mercedes-AMG GT R Black Series, the report mentions it will drop the “R.” A high price tag and low production numbers are to be expected, and some folks are already trying to make a nice profit even before the supercar’s big debut. An early build slot has appeared on Supercars for Sale and it’ll set you back a cool €45,000 ($49,300) on top of the model’s steep price tag, whatever that might be. It's certainly a lot more than the $200,645 Mercedes-AMG is asking for the GT R Pro.
In other news, someone is trying to sell a build slot for nearly $50,000.
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