Eye-watering price to match AMG GT Black supercar’s extreme performance fails to dull demand
Just 28 examples of the ballistic new 537kW Mercedes-AMG GT Black Series have been secured for Australia, priced from a stunning $796,900.
Despite the price tag, all 28 vehicles have already been sold to Australian buyers who are prepared to part with about $1 million once they tailor the supercar to their individual specification and pay the obligatory on-road costs.
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