This Mercedes-AMG GT 63 S is going to require a lot of elbow grease to be brought back to its initial shine. The car was crashed after only 5,662 miles (9,112 km) and is now for sale.
Listed for an upcoming online auction on Copart, the German four-door supercar is two years old and has an estimated retail value of $168,051, according to the ad. It’s located in Denver, Colorado, and by the looks of it, it’s a write-off.
A huge chunk of its right front corner is missing, complete with the axle, and the left side doesn’t look that promising either. What’s more important is that the structure appears to have been significantly affected, so the whole project could be a bottomless pit. The interior is going to need some TLC too, so you may want to start looking for front and curtain airbags should it interest you.
As for the icing on the cake, the twin-turbocharged 4.0-liter V8, the vendor did not say anything. Presuming that it hasn’t been affected by the impact that we don’t know anything about, then it will rocket it to 100 kph (62 mph) in a neck-snapping 3.2 seconds, and all the way up to 315 kph (196 mph) – on the account that the car is in top notch condition, of course.
In terms of power, you are looking at 639 PS (630 HP / 470 kW) and 900 Nm (664 lb-ft) of torque produced in the AMG GT 63 S guise. The ‘regular’ model has 585 PS (577 HP / 430 kW) and 800 Nm (590 lb-ft), is two tenths of a second slower to 100 kph, and can hit 310 kph (193 mph).
If this seems like too much of a hassle and you’d rather pay the sticker price, then get ready to blow at least €169,527.40 (equal to $206,917) for a brand new AMG GT 63 S in Germany, and $161,900 in the U.S.