Big Boy Toyz has listed yet another remarkable vehicle for sale in Delhi. The BBT Certified vehicle is none other than a second-hand Mercedes-AMG GT 63 S 4MATIC+ 4-Door Coupé in a Designo Brilliant Blue Magno (matte) finish.
Known for being the world’s most powerful 4-door coupe, the AMG GT 4-Door Coupé certainly has its own reputation, distinguishing it from all the vehicles in its class. What makes this vehicle stand out is its prominent exterior design which offers astounding power levels and a cabin that offers every bit of luxury it promises.
The used vehicle for sale has only done 1100 kilometres, which really isn’t anything much for a second-hand ride and is priced at INR 2.59 crores. Its bi-turbocharged 3982cc, V8, DOHC engine combines with the Mercedes-AMG Speedshift Multi-Clutch 9G transmission (which also has the Race Start function) to deliver a max power output of 639 PS/ 630 BHP @ 5500 RPM and peak torque equal to 900 NM @ 2500- 4500 RPM. Manufactured in 2020, the petrol-run model is relatively new considering used-car standards and functions on the fully variable 4Matic+ All Wheel Drive. The GT 63S model also features this coupe’s standard interior with upholstery finished in dual tones and carbon fibre interior inlays.
This top variant of the Mercedes-AMG GT 4-Door series offers off the chart power levels which boost the vehicle from a state of rest to 100 km/h in only 3.2 seconds. In addition to this explosive strength which is rare for a 4-Door coupe, the vehicle also attains a top speed of 315 km/h. The GT 63 S 4-Door Coupe also made a lasting impression at the Auto Expo 2020 after the German auto giant made this event the model’s first launch into the Indian market, pricing it at an ex-showroom price of INR 2.42 crores.
A new GT 63S can be bought for a price 20 lakhs lower than the Big Boy Toyz’ listing. Buying a new model sounds more appealing than the used model, but we also have to consider that the INR 20 lakh difference is just due to the decided showroom price which is not the final on-road price of the vehicle. After RTO registrations, tax and other formalities the price of a new GT 63S model would go well over the used model’s 2.59 crores.
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