Prices for the most powerful 2021 Mercedes-AMG GT Black Series coupe revealedJuly 25, 2020
The most powerful version of the German Mercedes-AMG GT coupe costs a minimum of 335,240 euros. There is no data on how many copies of the novelty will be released.
Mercedes-AMG unveiled the most powerful performance of the current generation of its GT coupe about two weeks ago, with the Black Series designation. And now we finally find out how much a car costs. In the German domestic market, the price tag starts at 335,240 euros, where the online configurator for the novelty is already up and running. It is worth noting that the “magma beam” body color, exclusive to the Black Series, will cost 8,468 euros.
For € 7,540, you can purchase a special “package” for the racetrack, which includes a titanium safety cage in the cabin, four-point seat belts and a fire extinguisher in case something goes wrong.
Although the car has been designed to be as light as possible, you can still add memory seats, mirrors and an adjustable steering column by purchasing the memory pack for € 1,914
Additional bonuses include the “Lane Package” for 904 euros. (with support for “blind” zones and the Assist Lane Keeping Assist function), a parking package for 1,461 euros. (with front and rear cameras), Keyless Entry Keyboard Go costs 916 euros, and for 510 euros. you can purchase the Anti-Theft “package”.
You can also order the optional garage door opener, adaptive high beam assistant, tire set, carbon fiber door sills, Burmester sound system and much more. If you choose all possible options, the Mercedes-AMG GT Black Series 2021 model year can cost almost 365,000 euros.
So far, there are no details as to how many copies of the novelty will be built, but given the expensive price tag and the special status of the model, it is safe to say that the sixth member of the Black Series family will be released in a relatively small circulation.
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