As its name implies, an RS version of the AMG GT would be the most powerful to date, with its 4.0-liter twin-turbo V8 being tuned to deliver over 600 horsepower as it does in the new top-tier AMG E63
. Additional upgrades include new aero bits on the front and rear as well as a wider rear track, both of which will help this Merc tackle the Nurburgring with a violent fervor similar to what we expect out of the R50. This is further evidence that Mercedes is planning to reserve the Black Series label for a less serious yet more fun version of the AMG GT, much like what the 911 Turbo S is to the 911 GT3 RS. Unfortunately, the AMG GT RS would likely be a highly limited model, with only 50 units expected to be produced.