/Mercedes AMG GT Looks Superb on ADV1 Rims

Mercedes AMG GT Looks Superb on ADV1 Rims

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Okay, this is hands down the coolest, sexiest, most charming Mercedes AMG GT we’ve ever seen! It’s interesting because the car is pretty much stock, save a set of high-class ADV1 Wheels and slight suspension re-adjustment. A large of the charm is due to the fantastic paint job.

So the message here is clear: with the right color and a nice set of wheels you can improve the looks of your car no end. As a sort of proviso we should point out that it won’t work on just any car. If you got something like a Peugeot 607 it won’t matter what you do to it, it’ll still look ugly. But with a beauty like the AMG GT, the right color and wheels can work wonders.

The wheels on this bad boy are ADVRSQ2 Track Spec CS Series in gloss black with polished lips, complemented with lowered suspension and red brake calipers. Enjoy the pictures:

Mercedes AMG GT S Highlights:

  • Handbuilt AMG 4.0-liter V8 biturbo engine – the world’s first sports car engine with the turbos inside the V of the engine and dry sump lubrication
  • 0-60 mph time of 3.7 seconds (preliminary); 193 mph top speed
  • 7-speed dual-clutch transmission with electronically controlled limited slip differential
  • AMG Dynamic Exhaust System with electronically controlled variable vane
  • AMG Dynamic suspension
  • AMG DYNAMIC SELECT with multiple driver selectable suspension and steering modes
  • AMG Performance steering wheel with shift paddles
  • High-quality Nappa leather
  • Numerous trim options, including silver chrome, matte carbon fiber, high-gloss carbon fiber, black diamond and matte silver fiberglass
  • Advanced safety technologies, including COLLISION PREVENTION ASSIST PLUS, Adaptive Braking technology, ATTENTION ASSIST, PARKTRONIC, Rearview Camera, and the PRE-SAFE® system
  • Optional Lane Keeping Assist and Blind Spot Assist

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