There’s an electronic differential operating on the rear axle to help control all those angry horses. The stability control has three settings, including off! Go ahead, do that if you have the heart and of course, the skills. The traction control has nine levels of intervention, adjusted via a racing car-like knob in the middle of the dashboard.
The car has active flaps behind the front fascia and underneath. The flaps were developed on a computer simulation, post which they were tested in a wind tunnel and finally honed on the Nürburgring. It is this iconic race track which the green hell magno matt paint pays homage to.
The engine powers the GT R to sprint from standstill to 100kmph in 3.6 seconds before reaching the top speed 318kmph.
The AMG GT R stands out from the other GT models with a more aggressive body featuring an AMG Panamericana grille derived from the GT3 race car. The sports car features wider front and rear wings and increased track width offers better grip at the higher cornering speeds. With double diffuser that enhances aerodynamic efficiency adds a sporty feel of the GT-R.