Mercedes-AMG GT3 and Mercedes-AMG GT4.

Perfection improved.

Mercedes-AMG Customer Racing


Motorsport up close.

Top performance and customer orientation characterise the Mercedes-AMG Customer Racing programme. Since 2010, racing teams have been going from success to success with the GT cars from Affalterbach, winning legendary classics such as the 24-hour race at the Nürburgring and bringing the fascination of motorsport around the world.

Mercedes-AMG Customer Racing


Motorsport up close.

Top performance and customer orientation characterise the Mercedes-AMG Customer Racing programme. Since 2010, racing teams have been going from success to success with the GT cars from Affalterbach, winning legendary classics such as the 24-hour race at the Nürburgring and bringing the fascination of motorsport around the world.

The image shows the front of several AMG Customer Racing vehicles on a race track.
The image shows a side view of a Mercedes-AMG GT3.
The image shows the interior of the Mercedes-AMG GT4.

Customer Racing Vehicles


Built to win.

The Mercedes-AMG GT3 and the Mercedes-AMG GT4 bring AMG's Driving Performance to the race track. Both racing cars are winners that set new standards. They combine spectacular design with top-class racing technology and a high level of safety.

Customer Racing Vehicles


Built to win.

The Mercedes-AMG GT3 and the Mercedes-AMG GT4 bring AMG's Driving Performance to the race track. Both racing cars are winners that set new standards. They combine spectacular design with top-class racing technology and a high level of safety.

Mercedes-AMG GT3.

Mercedes-AMG GT3.

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Torque[1]

650 Nm

Acceleration[1]

3.0 s

from 0 to 100 km/h

Output[1]

404 kW/550 hp

Mercedes-AMG GT4.

Mercedes-AMG GT4.

Torque[1]

600 Nm

Acceleration[1]

3.6 s

from 0 to 100 km/h

Output[1]

375 kW/510 hp

The image shows the front of a Mercedes-AMG GT4 from the side.
[1] Depending on the Balance-of-Performance rating of the respective racing series

Exterior design


Outstanding on all tracks.

Exterior design


Outstanding on all tracks.

  • Mercedes-AMG GT3

    The design of the Mercedes-AMG GT3 embodies pure willingness to perform. The wide body, the large air intakes, the mighty rear wing - everything about this performance sports car makes an impression. Every detail fulfils a functional purpose and serves the overall performance.

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    The performance of a champion.

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    Alongside the distinctive radiator grille of the Mercedes-AMG GT3, the adjustable carbon-fibre front splitter immediately catches the eye. It also serves to provide downforce at the front axle, as do the side-mounted flics. Air intakes in the front apron ensure effective cooling of the front brake system, among other things.

    Dominant wing.

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    Maximum downforce on the rear axle and high aerodynamic performance are ensured by the multi-adjustable rear wing and the striking diffuser. Large openings in the rear apron of the Mercedes-AMG GT3 channel the warm air away from the rear wheels.

    LED Light Package.

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    A new, optimised light package contributes to the characteristic look of the Mercedes-AMG GT3. In addition to the powerful LED main headlamps, which provide brilliant track illumination, optional high-performance auxiliary headlamps are available for use in endurance races.

  • Mercedes-AMG GT4

    The Mercedes-AMG GT4 transports the striking design language of the current GT family to the race track. For the race car, the silhouette of the series production counterpart was further optimised in extensive wind tunnel tests. The result is an all-round fascinating performance full of dynamism and strength.

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    From the GT family.

    The image shows the front of the Mercedes-AMG GT4.

    Unmistakably AMG, typically GT. One of the hallmarks of the Mercedes-AMG GT4 is its flat front end with forward-slanting radiator grille. The wide splitter generates downforce at the front axle, which is also helped by the side flics and an additional airflow break-away edge on the bonnet (Gurney Flap).

    All in the name of aerodynamics.

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    The rear of the Mercedes-AMG GT4 impresses with muscular proportions. The rear wing has a wide range of adjustment for the optimum balance between low drag and high downforce. The GT3-based rear track rod provides more durability for endurance racing.

    LED Light Package.

    The image shows a detailed view of the front of the Mercedes-AMG GT4.

    The lighting concept of the GT4 corresponds to the design of the current GT road cars. The LED high-performance main headlamps illuminate the race track better than ever. In darkness or adverse visibility conditions, this results in decisive safety and performance advantages.

Interior design


Cockpits without compromise.

Interior design


Cockpits without compromise.

  • Mercedes-AMG GT3

    The cockpit of the Mercedes-AMG GT3 impresses with its perfect ergonomics and functional racing car atmosphere: every detail has been thought through and optimised for use, everything is designed for maximum user-friendliness. The central component of the interior is a carbon-fibre safety cell with which the GT3 sets standards.

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    A secure workplace.

    The image shows the cockpit of the Mercedes-AMG GT3.

    The carbon-fibre seat box is part of the safety concept. It is bolted to the steel roll cage and aluminium spaceframe and, together with the integrated headrest and a six-point harness with reinforced pick-up points, provides adapted protection for the race track.

    Ergonomic interior.

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    In the Mercedes-AMG GT3, all controls are intuitively arranged and effortlessly accessible. Fluorescent lettering guarantees good visibility even at night. The centre console is tilted towards the driver, facilitating quick access to the switches grouped there.

    Everything under control

    The image shows the racing steering wheel in the Mercedes-AMG GT3.

    The racing steering wheel with gear shift paddles allows perfect vehicle control. Using the control buttons on the steering wheel, the driver can activate additional functions such as the pit radio, the flasher or the drinking function. Rubberised grip surfaces provide optimum grip and cushioning during racing.

    Adjustable racing pedals.

    The image shows the cockpit and the controls in the Mercedes-AMG GT3.

    Due to the fixed seat shell, adjustment to different driver sizes in the Mercedes-AMG GT3 is carried out exclusively via the adjustment of the steering wheel and pedals - not via the seat. This remains in its position so that the vehicle's centre of gravity and wheel load distribution always remain the same.

    DDU Information Centre.

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    The central display is positioned exactly in the driver's field of vision. The so-called DDU (Digital Display Unit) shows relevant information such as speed, rpm, operating temperatures, lap times, gear and upshift indicator. The driver can call up additional information via a button on the steering wheel.

    Always stay cool.

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    In racing, things can get hot not only on the track, but also in the cockpit. The Mercedes-AMG GT3 can therefore be equipped with air conditioning and adjustable seat and helmet ventilation as an option. Together with the effective interior ventilation, these systems make a significant contribution to relieving the driver's workload.

  • Mercedes-AMG GT4

    Ergonomics and functionality reign supreme in the interior of the Mercedes-AMG GT4: all elements, systems and displays are designed to make even less experienced drivers feel immediately at home. Even tall drivers will find enough space in the generously dimensioned cockpit.

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    High-strength carbon-fibre seat box.

    The image shows the cockpit of the Mercedes-AMG GT4.

    The carbon-fibre seat box of the Mercedes-AMG GT4 is directly connected to the aluminium spaceframe and its steel roll cage. This integration provides adapted safety for the race track. If the GT4 is used as a racing taxi, an optionally available carbon-fibre seat box can also be fitted for the co-driver.

    Cockpit design for racers.

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    The instrument panel of the Mercedes-AMG GT4 looks like a powerful wing and emphasises the width. The entire interior is as ergonomic as it is intuitive. The centre console tilts towards the driver and all controls are within easy reach. Fluorescent inscriptions facilitate handling at night.

    AMG racing steering wheel.

    The image shows the racing steering wheel in the cockpit of the Mercedes-AMG GT4.

    The racing steering wheel with quick release makes it easy for the driver to get in and out. The ergonomically arranged gearshift paddles allow quick gear changes without taking your hands off the steering wheel. Numerous additional functions can be controlled via the buttons on the steering wheel.

    Pedals with quick adjustment.

    The image shows the racing steering wheel in the cockpit of the Mercedes-AMG GT4.

    The racing pedals of the Mercedes-AMG GT4 correspond in their technology to those of the GT3. Thanks to a proven quick adjustment system, an exact seating position can be set up individually and quickly for drivers of all statures.

    Digital Display Unit.

    The image shows the central display in the cockpit of the Mercedes-AMG GT4.

    A central multifunction display - the so-called DDU (Digital Display Unit) - in the driver's field of vision creates clarity and transparency at a glance with regard to all important information and operating states of the Mercedes-AMG GT4. The displays can be changed via a button on the racing steering wheel.

    Refreshment on request.

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    The excellent air flow through the interior and the optional air conditioning of the Mercedes-AMG GT4 ensure a pleasant driving experience and greater concentration during the racing action. Comfort can be further enhanced by the seat and helmet ventilation, which is also available as an option.

Performance


Power meets precision.

Performance


Power meets precision.
  • Mercedes-AMG GT3

    The Mercedes-AMG GT3 is synonymous with competitiveness. It proves its qualities week after week in the most competitive customer sports series in the world. Maximum reliability, impressive performance, excellent driveability and groundbreaking safety have always been part of its essence.

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    Engine and electrics.

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    The AMG 6.3-litre V8 engine of the GT3 impresses with power and reliability. Thanks to dry sump lubrication, it is installed particularly low, which contributes to precise handling. The electronic driving dynamics control systems are developed specifically for racing - from traction control to ABS. An optional drop-start function is available, which automatically starts the motor when it is released from the airlift.

    AMG 6-speed racing transmission.

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    For extremely fast gearshifts, the Mercedes-AMG GT3 has a sequential six-speed racing transmission. It has an externally adjustable differential and is mounted on the rear axle according to the transaxle concept. The connection to the motor is torsion- and torque-resistant via a torque tube made of carbon fibre.

    Racing chassis.

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    Precise handling, exact feedback, perfect deceleration - these qualities allow all drivers to quickly build up trust in the Mercedes-AMG GT3. The chassis and braking system offer top racing technology - from adjustable stabilisers and dampers to ABS, which the driver can adjust many times in the cockpit.

  • Mercedes-AMG GT4

    The near-series production concept of the Mercedes-AMG GT4 combines sophisticated racing technology with the best possible safety and economy. The latest development of the customer racing vehicle features technical optimisations that, among other things, further enhance the long-distance performance.

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    Engine and electrics.

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    The AMG 4.0-litre V8 biturbo engine impresses with long running times and performance reserves. An optimised cooling concept complements the proven series production technology. The digital core is a racing engine control system that guarantees an optimal power curve. An innovative torque control system ensures excellent metering and driveability.

    AMG 6-speed racing transmission.

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    The sequential AMG 6-speed racing transmission is mounted on the rear axle of the Mercedes-AMG GT4 according to the transaxle principle and is pneumatically controlled. An externally mechanically adjustable limited-slip differential optimises handling for the specific requirements of racing.

    Racing chassis.

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    The suspension of the Mercedes-AMG GT4 with double wishbone axles and adjustable dampers ensures precise turn-in behaviour, excellent agility and outstanding traction. The racing brake system is characterised by optimised air flow, which results in effective cooling and thus excellent braking performance.

Key features


The definition of new standards.

Key features


The definition of new standards.

The image shows the interior of the Mercedes-AMG GT3.
The image shows the interior of the Mercedes-AMG GT3.

Motorsport with safety.

The Mercedes-AMG GT3 and GT4 have one of the most far-reaching safety concepts in their class. The high-strength steel roll cage is bolted to the aluminium spaceframe. The carbon-fibre driver safety cell with integrated headrest can provide a much higher level of protection than conventional racing seats.

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Pure ergonomics.

The interiors of the Mercedes-AMG GT3 and GT4 are reduced to the essentials. Everything is designed for maximum user-friendliness - with easy-to-reach and intuitively arranged controls and clearly readable displays. Every driver will find the optimal place for perfect vehicle control.

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Increased efficiency.

The high stability of GT3 and GT4 reduces the operating costs. The Customer Racing vehicles are characterised by a high level of serviceability. This makes working on the vehicle even faster, easier and more intuitive. Revisions and parts replacement on the GT3 are optimised by automatic runtime tracking.

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AMG Lightweight Performance

Chassis, bodywork and all components of the Customer Racing vehicles are weight-optimised down to the last detail. In addition to the use of carbon fibre, the particularly lightweight aluminium spaceframe, among other things, contributes to the outstanding race track dynamics of the Mercedes-AMG GT3 and GT4.

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Mercedes-AMG GT3

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