Looking at the 2021 Mercedes-AMG GT Black Series, you could be forgiven for thinking it has a starring role in the inevitable Fast & Furious 10. It has a massive twin-tier carbon fiber rear wing with an electronically-adjustable upper flap and mechanical adjustment to tune it depending on the needs of the track you're on, a larger air inlet at the front, and a manually adjustable carbon fiber front diffuser. Other style changes include a pair of vents on the hood, a carbon fiber roof panel, wheel arch coolers, and underbody paneling designed to channel air very specifically. As for wheels, they're model-specific forged ten-spoke alloys measuring 19 inches in the front and 20 inches in the rear. A set of sticky Michelin Pilot Sport Cup 2 tires are standard.
The AMG GT Black is 181.3 inches long, 81.7 inches wide including the mirrors, and 50.4 inches tall. That makes it longer, wider, and slightly closer to the ground than the standard GT, despite that height measurement taking into account the huge rear wing. The most significant change in terms of handling is the front and rear tracks. A standard GT has a 66.1-inch track at the front and 65 inches at the rear. The Black has the same 66.7-inch track at the front and rear. Thanks to the extensive use of carbon fiber and other lightweight materials, the Black Series has a curb weight of 3,616 pounds. That makes it the lightest model in the AMG GT range.
|Mercedes-AMG GT Black Series Trims||AMG GT Black Series|
|Max Width||79.7 in.|
|Mercedes-AMG GT Black Series Trims||Curb Weight|
|AMG GT Black Series||3,616 lbs.|
|Wheels Type||Aluminum Wheels|
|Front Wheel Size||19" x 10"|
|Rear Wheel Size||20" x 12"|
Unlike most AMG products with a relatively sedate color palette, the GT Black Series' available hues range from sinister to screaming for attention. The Black's only no-cost color option is, perhaps fittingly, Black. Three $720 metallic options are available: Obsidian Black, Selenite Grey, and Cirrus Silver. The four designo color options include the $1,515 Diamond White and the $3,950 Selenite Grey Magno, Graphite Grey Magno, and Brilliant Blue Magno. The most expensive offerings are also the most vivid. AMG Green Hell Magno carries over from the AMG GT R, while AMG Magmabeam Orange is new for this model. Both cost $9,900 each.