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2017 PRIOR Design PD800GT Mercedes-AMG GT S

with H&R Springs, Rennen Wheels, and more!

$194,800

$184,800

Plus Taxes & Licensing
CUSTOMIZED CAR SALES | PROFESSIONAL INSTALLATION | WORLDWIDE DELIVERY

To purchase this vehicle, or to order a similar vehicle, call (888) 859-8806. International clients, please call 001-951-514-2755. Please send email inquiries to [email protected].

 

HOW DOES IT WORK?

If the vehicle is not already in our Inventory, the car is built-to-order. We will locate a vehicle that meets your requirements, take delivery, install the parts you have requested, and ship the vehicle to your home or office anywhere in the world.

Vehicles are typically sold at or below MSRP. Aerodynamic packages, wheels, and performance upgrades are sold at MSRP. There is no markup and no premium for this service.

Depending on the scope of the project, build time is typically 20-25 working days from receipt of the vehicle and parts at our facility. You will be able to select all colors, parts, and materials used in the build.

 

THE WCM ADVANTAGE

There is no difference buying the car through WCM versus your local dealer. In fact, in most cases, all funds (and financing, if applicable) flow directly through our Authorized Dealer.

– We Locate, Negotiate, and Take Delivery of the Vehicle
– No Markup & No Premium
– Professional Paint & Installation
– Dealer Handles Bank Wire (or Financing)
– Manufacturer’s Warranty & Maintenance Programs Apply
– Styling, Wheels & Performance Upgrades Built into a Single Transaction
– Car is Delivered 100% Complete to Your Door

 

WARRANTIES & DEALER INCENTIVES

In regard to the warranty, when not modifying the engine, drive train, ECU, or similar components, all factory warranties typically remain intact. In many cases, the final decision lies with your local Dealer. Aftermarket parts usually carry a warranty from the manufacturer of 1-yr against defects in workmanship.

 

UPGRADES INSTALLED

AERODYNAMICS
– PRIOR Design PD800GT Front Lip Spoiler
– PRIOR Design PD800GT Front Canards
– PRIOR Design PD800GT Front Fender Flares
– PRIOR Design PD800GT Vented Hood
– PRIOR Design PD800GT Side-Skirts
– PRIOR Design PD800GT Rear Fender Flares
– PRIOR Design PD800GT Rear Diffuser
– PRIOR Design PD800GT Rear Canards
– PRIOR Design PD800GT Rear Decklid Spoiler

BRAKES
– Paint Calipers in Gloss Red

WHEELS
– PRIOR PD3 Forged Superlight 21 x 9.5 et 32 F
– PRIOR PD3 Forged Superlight 22 x 11 et 0 R

TIRES
– Pirelli PZero Nero GT 255/30-21 F
– Pirelli PZero Nero GT 295/25-22 R

ALTERNATE WHEEL & TIRE SETUP
not included, please specify
– 20 x 9.5 et 30 F
– 21 x 11 et -12 R
– 265/30-20 F
– 305/25-21 R

 

OPTIONAL EQUIPMENT (not included)

*Available upon request.

INTERIOR
– Carbon Fiber Interior Trim Package
– Deviated Stitching Package to Replace OEM Stitching
– Diamond Stitching on Seat & Door Inserts

PERFORMANCE
– ETG ECU Upgrade: 605 HP, or
– RENNtech ECU Upgrade:  601 HP & 605 LB-FT, or
– RENNtech R1 Performance Package:  611 HP & 620 LB-FT

SUSPENSION
– KW Coil-over Spring Kit:  Height Adjustable Springs (HAS)
– KW Hydraulic Lift System (HLS2) for Front Axle

ELECTRONICS
– Passport 9500ci w/ Laser Shifters
– Display for Passport 9500ci Installed in Mirror
– GPS Tracking Unit
– Hard-wired Mobile Hotspot
– Audio & Video Options Upon Request

 

SUMMARY

The 2016 Mercedes AMG GT-S shown above, with the PRIOR Design PD800GT Widebody Conversion, is $184,800. This price includes all of the parts, paint, installation, wheels, and tires listed above.

This price does not include tax, license, registration, or enclosed transport to your home or office. We can ship most vehicles to any location in the world. International customers, please email us for more information.

Please call, email, or text (SMS) with any questions.

All the best,

West Coast Motoring, LLC.
U.S. | 888-859-8806
Text | 951-514-2755
International | 001-951-514-2755
[email protected]

 

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CAR & DRIVER: FIRST DRIVE

2016 Mercedes-AMG GT S
AMG pulls its halo downmarket. It wasn't a bad move.

Nov 2014 By DAVEY G. JOHNSON

Normally, prior to the launch of an important vehicle, manufacturers assemble a jet-lagged mob of scriveners for an every-last-detail PowerPoint presentation. AMG was so confident that the new GT S would speak for itself, it simply gave us a quick route briefing and sent us scuttling out the door and down the San Francisco Peninsula toward Monterey in this, the final-spec version of its latest halo product. (We’ve previously ridden in a test car and driven a prototype.)

Make no mistake: Despite the fact that the GT S is likely to cost two-thirds as much as AMG’s most expensive offering, the S65 coupe—final pricing has yet to be released for either car—the car we’re discussing here serves as the brand’s calling card.

At the end of the day, after a couple of hours spent lobbing the car around Mazda Raceway Laguna Seca, AMG CEO Tobias Moers gathered our g-force-addled bunch, offered a few remarks about the car, and casually noted that a 1:41 lap was a pretty good time for a session that saw us restricted to lead-follow lapping behind instructors. For reference, 1:41 is the sort of time a solo racing driver in full time-attack mode lays down around Laguna in something like a Porsche Cayman S. The point is this: The GT S turned a similar time during what amounted to an exceptionally spirited Sunday drive.

Yet the sensation of speed in this, the car with which Daimler hopes to take a chunk out of Porsche’s Neunelfer Zwiebelkuchen, is muted. One does not quite realize the sheer velocities attainable until the right foot attempts to extricate itself from the floorboard just ahead of the crest marking the end of the front straight. Or until one experiences the forces acting upon the car when slowing for the Andretti Hairpin. Point, squirt, brake, repeat: The result is subdued violence all the way around the course. Atop the Corkscrew, the long hood and low windshield header conspire against sightlines. The quick and sure turn-in, paired with predictable front-end grip, more than make up for those shortcomings after a couple of laps.

The twin-turbo 4.0-liter M178 V-8 dispenses with the grunty, naturally aspirated honk-’n’-braaaap hoedown that the late, lamented C63 Black Series offered. Home taping is killing music, turbocharging is killing engines’ auditory esprit d’guerre. Despite Moers’s hatred of BMW’s current MP3 soundtracks—notwithstanding his laudable intent to let an engine be what it is—the 503-hp, 3600-pound GT S never gives you that side-of-beef-to-the-chest whump offered up by, say, the big-bore Corvette Stingray. The AMG just accelerates. We predict 60 mph will arrive in 3.5 seconds. Given enough room, AMG says it will continue to build speed until the car hits 193.

Chuck everything you remember about Mercedes-Benz steering. Imagine the tactility of a nice manual rack, then picture it boosted to the point that there’s just enough feel left. The wheel saws easily from left to right. The automobile is incredibly quick to follow these orders. The tiller reminds us a bit of the McLaren 650S’s, if the Woking-bred supercar’s had spent the past 24 hours pulling helium-tank keg stands.

The supercharged V-8–powered Jag F-type R is a loutish hooligan of a thing, a straight-outta-Albion wide boy happy to throw the odd elbow to make his point. In contrast, the GT S makes like the handsome, stern Teuton in the corner, prepared to dispatch interlopers with understatement, efficiency, and extreme prejudice. The AMG offers prowess and competence but something just short of unfettered joy. Rewarding as hell? Yes. Satisfying? Of course.

Interior-wise, the impeccably trimmed AMG’s cabin shames those of all comers save for the 911. The Porsche features better ergonomics and visibility, and we find that car’s sport seats to be more comfortable than the tight-fit units in the GT S. The main quirk of the Mercedes, however, is that its gear selector is placed far rearward on the high, sloping center console. We understand this is due to Americans’ need for cup holders. We’re not huge fans of Mercedes’ column-based gear stalks, but one might have been more useful here. Alternately, ditch the cup holders.

Due at your local Mercedes store in April, the GT S will be followed in 2016 by the base level, 456-hp GT. Despite Mercedes’ refusal to comment on its impending existence, a blast-furnace Black Series model will arrive at some future date. There may even be other models to come. Could we see a roadgoing AMG GT GT3? The racing version is in the works, after all.

As relentlessly competent as the GT S is, it clearly has more to give. The fundamentals are all here—and nailed—but the ineffable, incandescent fire that makes a car transcendent awaits a thorough stoking. We fully expect to see that happen in a future variant, and we get the sense that—in grand 911 tradition—the AMG GT is about to spawn plenty of ’em.

Year: 2017
Make: Mercedes-Benz
Model: AMG GT S
Body Style: Coupe
Mileage: 22
Transmission: 7-spd Shiftable Auto
Fuel Economy: 16/22
Condition: New
Location: Temecula, CA
Price: $184,800
Drivetrain: RWD
Engine: 4.0L V8 Twin-Turbo
Exterior Color: Grey
Interior Color: Black
MPG: 16 City / 22 Highway
Stock Number: A34634
VIN Number: N/A

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  • City: 16
  • Highway: 22

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