7M10.9 s. That's the number. They call it the Beast of the Green Hell - Nurburgring. A beast capable of cheetah speeds, and that roars like a T-Rex. A beast that humiliated the 488 GTB by 10 seconds and smashed the lap record last year. Have we found perfection? Maybe. A track-car for the road is always a good idea. Especially when the car that it is based on is already seriously brilliant. So what we are dealing with here is a more focused, lighter, more powerful and more aerodynamic AMG GT. A car that was developed to give headaches to the king 911 GT3. It bares the same name as the famous Nissan, but the similarities stop here.