The Mercedes-AMG GT63S is the four-door version of the company’s beastly two-door coupes.
It gets a 4-litre (3,982cc for those bean counters) twin-turbo V8, and at $751,888 with COE, it’s meant to go up against the Porsche Panamera Turbo, which costs $721,688 (without COE).
For outright power alone, the GT63S four-door handily beats the Panamera Turbo with 639hp and 900Nm to the Turbo’s 542hp and 770Nm.
The four-door Mercedes-AMG is quicker too, hitting 100km/h in 3.2 seconds versus the Turbo’s 3.8 seconds.
The Merc gets a wet-clutch AMG Speedshift MCT nine-speed transmission and has a top speed of 315km/h. Not that it matters in Singapore, but the Porsche Panamera Turbo can “only” hit 306km/h flat out.
Mercedes is confident of beating pretty much every other four-door supercar: it claims the GT63S is the “fastest four-seater production car” to lap the Nordschleife, taking just 7 mins 25.41s.