Experience the Various Sides of the Mercedes-AMG GT 63 S
From racing against German and Italian steel, to cruising around the street, the AMG GT 63 S goes where it wants, how it wants.
For those who love the Mercedes-AMG GT, but wanted that experience in a four-door, Affalterbach heard you loud and clear, introducing the AMG GT 63 and GT 63 S a few months ago. For about $160,000, you get a monster four-door coupe with a handcrafted 4.0-liter twin-turbo V8 putting out 630 horses and 664 lb-ft of torque through the nine-speed auto to the corners in the GT 63 S, plus room for a few friends.
Not too long ago, YouTube channel ExoticCarspotters were hanging out in Belgium, Germany, and the Netherlands, capturing quite a few examples of the GT 63 S doing whatever they wanted, whenever they wanted.
Here is the first GT 63 S to grace our eyes, leading a line of other luxury performance cars to the runway for some drag racing action. As the livery trim below implies, it’s ready to gobble up the competition at the Spring Event in Weeze, Germany
Along with the silver GT 63 S, the gray behemoth ran through the gauntlet of challengers from Audi and Lamborghini. At one point, the AMG duo even ran against each other, thundering down the runway in the name of speed.
Here’s another AMG GT 63 S, calmly rolling down the street to its meeting spot for the Forest Run in Vaals, Netherlands.
A brief visit with one of the organizers later, and the GT 63 S is off with a little powerslide across the street to the destination, slinging its immense weight around like nothing.
Back in Weeze, the matte gray GT 63 S takes on a couple more Audis, leaving each one in the dust, just like it was meant to do.
Finally, we have this blue GT 63 S heading into Spa-Francorchamps near Francorchamps, Belgium for a track day with a few friends. We guarantee most of them will only see the big backside of the AMG.