Mercedes AMG GT4 63 S 4Matic Custom Forged Wheel Rims.
Mercedes AMG GT4 63 S 4Matic Custom Forged Wheel Rims in satin gold metallic. Bigger is always better, and so also in this case. The customer did not order the Mercedes AMG forged wheels that every customer can have and be so one of many. He kept the stock wheels in 20-Inches and knew already that a set of LOMA Forged Wheels in 21-Inches will be a must-have to individualize his Mercedes AMG GT4 63 S 4Matic. And look at this beauty now; outstanding and unique would be the first words that come to your mind. A finish in Champagne Gold with the Matt Black Exterior is simply more than an eye-catcher. The Mercedes AMG ceramic brakes are shinning wonderfully through the LOMA SP1 Superlight wheels and make the car look fast even in the parking lot. Mercedes AMG Tuning from LOMA will leave no questions open because details matter. It’s worth waiting to get it right.
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Mercedes-AMG's newest four-door takes after its two-door GT sibling, delivering scorching performance and speed with its twin-turbo V-8 and racy chassis.
We're happy to report that not a single Car and Driver editor is currently behind bars, despite having had a Mercedes-AMG GT63 S in the office fleet for two weeks. It could smoothly have gone the other way. You see, the AMG GT63 S is the great white shark of luxury cars. Once it has you in its grip, you're done. It's impossible to resist its immense power. It's shaped like a blunt torpedo. Its toothy grille looks like an ominous, gaping maw, poised to devour everything in its path. And it's no illusion.
Consider the evidence. The GT63 S's twin-turbocharged 4.0-liter V-8 heart pounds out 630 horsepower and 664 pound-feet of torque. All that throbbing energy is routed through a nine-speed automatic and the AMG-tuned 4Matic all-wheel-drive system, enabling this Mercedes to bolt to 60 mph in 2.9 seconds. The quarter-mile is an 11.1-second 125-mph blur. AMG claims a top speed of 195 mph; it says as much on the tire-inflation sticker on the inside of the gas-filler flap that instructs you to increase the tire pressures for driving at speeds above 156 mph. In our testing, the GT63 S reached 175 mph from rest in the space of one mile. Rolling on optional Michelin Pilot Sport Cup 2 tires, it corners at a heady 1.03 g's on our skidpad, matching the road-holding of our long-term Porsche 718 Boxster S.