Mercedes-Benz has launched the unique AMG GT Black Sequence at ₹ 5.5 crores (ex-showroom, India, earlier than choices). The German marque introduced that it’s getting solely two models to India by way of the CBU route, and each are already bought out. The primary unit has been delivered in Karnataka, whereas the second unit might be delivered subsequent month.
In contrast to earlier AMG fashions, this track-focused supercar is powered by a flat-plane crankshaft V8 engine that grants clean but enhanced efficiency at low RPMs. In all, the engine now produces 730hp and 800Nm of torque by way of a modified AMG-spec 7-speed DCT transmission. With a 0-100kph time of simply 3.2sec, a 0-200kph time of 9sec, and an total claimed prime velocity of 325kph, the GT Black Sequence holds the excellence of being probably the most highly effective V8-powered Mercedes.
As a way to extract the perfect lap occasions on circuits, the supercar will get a brand new, bigger entrance grille, a carbon fibre diffuser for added aerodynamics and a manually-adjustable splitter. Retaining issues light-weight is the inclusion of a brand new carbon fibre bonnet that homes two massive air vents, which assist improve downforce and cooling. The GT Black Sequence additionally sports activities new carbon fibre entrance wings with built-in body-coloured louvres and a carbon roof.
AMG has geared up the supercar with 10-spoke, cast alloy wheels — 19 inches on the entrance and 20 inches on the rear. With adjustable adaptive dampers, the GT Black Sequence additionally will get manually-adjustable camber and roll bars on each axles, with an uprated braking system. The inside of the supercar will get orange contrast-stitching, matt black carbon fibre trim, light-weight carbon fibre bucket seats, and an AMG steering wheel with ‘Black Sequence’ lettering. Lastly, the supercar additionally will get AMG-spec traction management that enables drivers to higher handle its efficiency on and off the observe.
Relating to track-based supercars, the GT Black Sequence competes in opposition to the likes of the Lamborghini Huracan STO and the Porsche 911 GT2 RS in India. Not too long ago, the German model additionally unveiled its much-awaited Mercedes-AMG One supercar in production-ready guise.
By- The Hindu