AMG Mercedes CLK GTR
Mercedes-Benz logo
1,200,000 CR
Model year: 1998
Performance Index: R3 726
Drive Type: RWD
Engine Placement: Mid
Basic Performance
Advanced Performance
Power: 622 HP (463 kW)
Torque: 539 lb ft (730 N·m)
Weight: 3175 lbs (1440 Kg)
Front: 42%
Displ: 6.9 L
Power/weight: 431 HP per ton

322 kW per ton

Only a street car in the loosest sense of the word, the CLK-GTR is nearly identical to its pure racing counterpart, which dominated the GT1 class at Le Mans so thoroughly that after a few wins no competitor wished to challenge it. As part of GT1 rules, Mercedes was forced to produce 25 road cars for homologation. Rather unbelievably, the road car (straßenversion) makes only a few minor concessions to streetability, like the taillights from the CLK it shares its name with (but little else), and slightly softer and taller suspension--although trying to get over a speedbump is still a risky proposition. Retained are the racing gearbox, full carbon fiber and aluminum honeycomb structure, and an 6.9-liter V12, making performance staggering. The CLK-GTR is really only suitable for the track, considering that components like the gearbox need to be rebuilt at considerable expense rather frequently, so buying a CLK-GTR to use for lightning-quick grocery runs is a questionable plan. However, once on a racecourse, there are few street-licensable cars that can keep up, putting drivers in a very, very exclusive club.

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