Powerful Mercedes-AMG GT Black Series debuts in JulyJune 29, 2020
As our publication managed to find out, the racing-oriented version of the German Mercedes-AMG GT coupe will debut at the China Motor Show in July.
During the first five months of this year, journalists with enviable consistency published photos from the Mercedes-AMG GT Black tests. This performance of the high-performance coupe promises to be the most powerful in the lineup of the current generation of the model. While the frequency of testing the prototype means the inevitable debut of the production version of the model, according to the latest reports from insiders, the car will be shown next month, and in July, it will go on sale.
Recall that AMG’s head of product and sales management, Michael Kneller, confirmed in a recent interview that the racetrack-oriented version of the Mercedes-AMG GT (Black Series) will debut this year, and its mass production will begin by the end of 2020. However, we did not expect him to debut in July.
With the indicated approximate month of the debut, it is expected that the auto show in Chengdu (China) will become the venue where we will finally be shown the Mercedes-AMG GT Black Series. The show is scheduled for July 24th.
As expected, Mercedes declined to comment on any information about a possible presentation date and where the long-awaited AMG GT Black Series will be shown.
It is reported that the AMG GT Black will be equipped with a twin-turbocharged V8 engine with a power of 711 horsepower and a torque value of 800 Nm. This makes it more powerful than the current AMG GT R, and by as much as 134 hp. (100 Nm).
Not so long ago, our publication wrote that a prototype of the Mercedes-AMG One hypercar was noticed on tests. Journalists captured the camouflaged prototype of the Mercedes-AMG One hypercar with the Formula 1 racing car engine.
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