Regardless of the overuse of words like "elegance, comfort, and luxury" that most of the older generation will use to describe a Mercedes-Benz, the German automaker has shown that they are more than capable and quite willing to loosen their ties, scruff up their hair, and produce cars that are nothing short of menacing. Take, for example, Mercedes-Benz's E-Class, a beautiful executive car that does everything an executive car should do, but why stop there? Mercedes certainly didn't; they concluded that the best thing to do was throw in a very angry engine that could take the car and its four doors from 0-62mph in under three seconds. That car is now called the Mercedes Benz AMG GT 63 S, and this 2020 example is currently up for sale.
While Mercedes-Benz' GT series was very much in the ally of sportiness and finesse, it wasn't appealing to most Mercedes consumers. How so? Well, the 2-door sports car was magnificent in every way but wasn't the luxurious executive vehicle you would choose to drive for your meeting on Monday morning. The solution however was simple. Introduce the AMG GT 63 S, a 4-door executive sedan with enough comfort to make you feel like royalty coupled with enough power to make you feel like this car should be nowhere else but on a track. The perfect juxtaposition. This 2019 Mercedes-Benz AMG GT 63 S has just over 11,400 miles on it and is looking for a new home.
For decades, Mercedes-Benz is, and has been well known for curing customers cravings for luxury vehicles embedded with serious power and performance. Continuing in this vein, the Mercedes-Benz AMG GT debuted in 2018 as the longer version of the German marque’s flagship sports car. It is based on the Mercedes-Benz E-Class and the CLS-Class. A year later, the Mercedes-Benz AMG GT 63S Sedan made its premiere and quickly earned the title of the world’s fastest mass-produced sedans around Germany’s fabled Nürburgring circuit. This is one such astounding example, a 2019 Mercedes-Benz AMG GT 63S Sedan, which is located in Georgia and shows just 3,000 miles on the clock. Despite its outrageous power, this car comes with a slew of optional packages and is ready to serve as both a luxury sedan on the streets and a serious contender on the tracks.