2020 Mercedes-AMG GT R Driving Notes: Rated R

Buyers looking for a hardcore, six-figure sports car have some great options to choose from, with a multiple cars offering upwards of 600 horsepower, zero-to-60 times of under three seconds, and top speeds touching 200 miles per hour. But the relative newcomer Mercedes-AMG GT R makes a compelling case against many of the established alternatives.

The AMG GT R wowed us when it debuted in 2017, most notably with its menacing looks and competitive specs. But for 2020, it gets even better. The AMG super coupe now adopts more aggressive visual cues to go along with its dramatically flared fenders and carbon fiber aero work. There are also serious updates in the tech department. The only thing that doesn’t change is the raucous powertrain.

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