Not long after dropping the record “fastest sedan at the Nurburgring” to the 2021 Porsche Panamera Turbo S, Mercedes-AMG quickly responded with a completely new record of the GT 63 S 4Matic +.
According to the latest information from Mercedes-Benz, their super sedan has officially become the fastest four-door car at the Nurburgring when it completes a lap time of 7 minutes 27.8 seconds on the road. racing (20,832 km) and 7 minutes 23,009 seconds following the previous track (20.6 km), 2.3 seconds faster than the record that this car set in 2018.
The reason for the difference in the records and the length of the jokes is because in 2019, the Nurburgring race changed the love regulation of the car manufacturers when trying to try here. The change was made in the T13 area, right at the finish line. Previously, cars would be timed from the end of the line, which connects from the GP track and ends at the beginning of the line, where the cars will turn left onto the GP track (in a track-wide layout). , leaving a distance of nearly 300 meters in the middle. By 2019, to set a record, the car needs to run all the way that was previously empty.