Still want that Porsche 911 GT3 RS?

Mercedes-AMG was missing a track-focused machine to top its range and now it’s got one

1st January, 2017
Still want that Porsche 911 GT3 RS?
The new Mercedes-AMG GT R has been developed extensively around Germany’s most famous, difficult and dangerous track, the Nürburgring

Tobias Moers, the boss of Mercedes-AMG, sits alongside me at lunch at the international media introduction to AMG’s new super sports car, the GT R. “A busy year then?” I quip. “Yes, but what a nice way to finish it,” he responds. He, and Mercedes-AMG, have been very busy. With so many new products to launch, the 4.64-kilometre Autodromo Internacional do Algarve racing circuit in Portugal has been block-booked by Mercedes-AMG for over a month....

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