Pink Mercedes-AMG GT63 S Looks Bizarre, Black Bits Help

Remember when we heard the first rumors of the three-pointed start discontinuing the Mercedes-AMG CLS? Well, that chat turned out to be true, with the current CLS being limited to "civilian" power, while the full Affalterbach firepower is reserved for the new Mercedes-AMG GT Four-Door. And while we've discussed the GT63 on tons of occasions, the example that brought us here is like no other.
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To be more precise, the slice of Germany has been taken down the aftermarket path - the machine has been gifted with a wrap. And while protecting the paint is all good, the shade of pink covering the car splits opinions like few others.

As if that hue wouldn't be enough of an attention magnet, the 639 horsepower toy has also been fitted with black bits that create an uber-strong contrast.

For instance, the window tint, which doesn't seem to be legal, by the way, along with the custom wheels fit that description. And the pink MB starts on those wheels have to be the icing on this cake.

Now, if we are to trust Instagram chit-chat, this twin-turbo V8 monster might belong to Taz Taylor. You know, the American producer who works with names such as Drake.

Then again, there's no reason to fret over the aftermarket journey of the example we have here. After all, that second skin of the vehicle can easily be taken off...

While we're talking about the Mercedes-AMG GT63 S (this is the exact badge of the example we have here), I have to mention an interesting aspect of this Autobahn blitzer.

You see, in a recent test coming all the way from Russia, the vehicle was placed on a scale. As it turns out, the GT63 S weighs in at an uber-meaty 2,170 kg (the value involves a full tank of gas, but no driver).

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