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    • The 2019 C190 AMG GT R Pro runs a 7:04.6 Nurburgring laptime

      Say hello to the new AMG GT R Pro. Yes, an even more hardcore version of the AMG GT R which shaves over six second off the GT R Nurburgring laptime. This is achieved with aerodynamic and suspension tweaks.


      The 577 horsepower M178 twin turbo 4.0 liter V8 interestingly stay the same.

      The new coilover suspension setup will be a hit with trank junkies who like to dial their suspension to the track. Essentially, this is the same suspension setup as the AMG GT4 race car.

      The front sway bar is replaced with a carbon fiber unit while the rear unit is now hollow.

      You also get new lightweight forged wheels.

      How much lighter is it? We do not know but do not expect a huge difference.

      Only 750 will be made which the hardcore AMG enthusiast will snap up.














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      1. Bowser330's Avatar
        Bowser330 -
        A great achievement however 750 means that most of them will be stored away and/or barely driven. Good luck seeing one out in the wild let alone while it's being driven aggressively. Nearly zero chance seeing one actually on a track let alone pushing it at the track for time.

        I guess just owning a car with the capability and therefore the exclusivity is everything to those buyers...even if they will never drive it anywhere near its limit....Click here to enlarge
      1. Sticky's Avatar
        Sticky -
        Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by Bowser330 Click here to enlarge
        A great achievement however 750 means that most of them will be stored away and/or barely driven. Good luck seeing one out in the wild let alone while it's being driven aggressively. Nearly zero chance seeing one actually on a track let alone pushing it at the track for time.

        I guess just owning a car with the capability and therefore the exclusivity is everything to those buyers...even if they will never drive it anywhere near its limit....Click here to enlarge
        Well who can afford these?

        Plus it's not that big of a difference that someone can't modify an AMG GT to do this or better. The engine isn't even touched.