Built to be as exclusive as it is Herculean, the Mercedes-AMG GT Track Series—based off of the Mercedes-AMG GT—is only limited to just 55 units, but it’s billed as the most “powerful customer sports car” ever built by AMG. It does come with an additional catch: you’re not allowed to drive it on the road, as it’s built to the standards of GT3 and GT4 race cars, including the roll cage, lack of an AM/FM/Satellite radio, and no air conditioning. At least not the type of air conditioning you’re used to in your 2022 Mercedes-AMG GT road car.
The limitation of 55 cars is no coincidence. It’s a number that celebrates the founding of Mercedes-AMG in 1967, 55 years ago. You’ll find that number on the embossed plaque on the center console. It also symbolizes the fact that each GT Track Series car and its engine are hand built at the Affalterbach, Germany facility, making each one unique, to a certain extent.
The article from Motor Trend goes more in depth