Mercedes-AMG GT R 6x6 Rendering Reveals Hulk of The Green Hell

Mercedes-AMG GT R 6x6 Rendering 1 photo
Photo: Carwow
If a company such as Mercedes-Benz can be crazy enough to gift us with contraptions such as the terrain-taming G63 AMG 6x6 or the Nurburgring resident Mercedes-AMG GT R, is a digital artist entitled to go insane and mix the two?
We're not sure about the answer, but we can tell you such a lunacy has already happened - you're looking at the result.

The rendering-addicted folks over at Carwow have gifted us with a new batch of otherworldly pixel rearrangements and, in our book, the Mercedes-AMG GT R 6x6 we have here is the wildest of the images.

Truth be told, in today's ever-hungrier world wide web, the German six-wheeler did need something new to remain in the trending category, so, as far as this aspect is concerned, the render we have here is more than welcome.

Then there's the GT part of the story. You see, this pixel play might make the supercar seem even more menacing than it is - the thing is already nicknamed The Beast of The Green Hell, remember?

However, such an apparent exaggeration would only reveal the true nature of the supercar - remember the recent time when the GT R attacked a harmless 2018 Audi Q3 prototype on the Nurburgring?

Speaking of which, perhaps the digital artist behind this is an AMG fan who simply went crazy due to all the teasing Affalterbach is treating us with. As those of you following our Nordschleife stories know, we've been waiting for the Germans to announce the GT R's Ring lap time for quite some time now.

Or maybe the artist is simply a Hulk fan and found the AMG Green Hell Mango launch color of the GT R suitable for such play.

Regadless of which versio is true, it would be nice to find out how quick the GT R can lap the Nordschleife...
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