Photos have emerged of what was a beautiful Mercedes-Benz AMG GT S that crashed heavily in Sweden before laying on one side against a post. The car is most certainly beyond repair as the roof and passenger side of the vehicle have taken the brunt of the impact. We understand that the car was crashed in June 2015 and is in a garage in Sweden. The AMG GT S is one of the most desirable coupes on the market with its burly turbocharged V8 and stunning wide stance.
Naught to 100 km/h is done in 3.8 seconds for the AMG GT S and in 4.0 seconds for the AMG GT. The 2015 Mercedes-AMG GT S has a top speed of 310 km/h and the AMG GT tops out at 304 km/h. The AMG GT and the AMG GT S weigh 1540 and 1570 kilogram respectively. As we experienced on the road it is the rolling sprints where the AMG GT (S) really excels.