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        CLK GTR Super Sport

Year 2002
Engine 7291 cc V-12
Transmission 5-speed sequential paddle shift
Max speed 200 mph
0-60 mph 3.8 seconds
Horsepower 720 hp @ 6700 rpm
weight -

The Mercedes-Benz CLK GTR was a built in both road car and racing versions by Mercedes-AMG, the performance and motorsports division of Mercedes-Benz. Intended for racing in the 1997 FIA GT Championship, the Mercedes-Benz CLK GTR was designed primarily as a race car, however a production run of 25 road cars was necessary in order to meet homologation rules.

The road-going CLK GTRs were built by AMG at the Affalterbach factory between winter of 1998 and summer of 1999, the road cars differed only slightly from the race car. Driver comfort and refinements were kept to a minimum. Leather trim was used, and an air conditioning system was offered. Two small storage lockers were also built underneath each upward swinging door. traction control was also added for driver safety. One key difference was the rear spoiler, which used a hoop-style integrated wing in place of the separate racing wing. From the otherwise unrelated standard production Mercedes-Benz CLK, only the instrumentation, front grille and the four headlamps were used.

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