The 2021 Mercedes-AMG GT Black Series price has been released and it can be ordered in Europe starting from today. Since the latter is priced from €165,474 in Germany, the Black Series basically costs as much as two AMG GT Rs.
There’s just one “minor” problem if you want to get one: it starts from €335,240 in Germany, including the local 16% VAT. That is the equivalent of $389,150 at the current exchange rates, but U.S. pricing hasn’t been announced yet.
The Black Series is deeply rooted in motorsport and its design also shows it as the body kit is directly derived from the current AMG GT3 racing car.
Additional goodies available at an extra cost for the Black Series include the €904 Lane Package (with Blind Spot Assist and Lane Keeping Assist), €1,461 Park Package (with front and rear cameras), €916 Keyless Go Package, and a €510 Anti-Theft Package. Individual options vary from a €4,814 Burmester sound system and a €174 touchpad to a larger 75-liter fuel tank priced at €93 and tinted windows for €430.
That fire extinguisher we mentioned earlier can be bought separately for €139 and you can also order the Black Series with a €261 garage door opener. Rounding off the list of extras are the adaptive high-beam assistant (€116), a tire kit (€58), carbon fiber door sills (€1,044), a less fancy Burmester sound system (€1,508), trickle charger (€128), and the PRE-SAFE System (€638). The later automatically makes changes to the car’s settings in case of an imminent collision to reduce the risks of injuries by rolling up the windows, tightening the seatbelts, seat bolsters, etc.
All in, the Mercedes-AMG GT Black Series can cost nearly €365,000 in the fully loaded specification. Pricing for the US market has yet to be announced, but we do know the aforementioned Track Package won’t be available stateside or in Canada and China for that matter.