Compared to its big brother in the GT3 class, the Mercedes-AMG GT4 still packs a powerful punch. Despite carrying a smaller 4.0-liter V8 engine, bringing it in line with a street-legal Mercedes-AMG GT, the car still produces a whopping 544 horsepower. The car also possesses most of the signature elements that set Mercedes vehicle design apart from its competitors, from a long and menacing front end to a signature grille that lets other racers know exactly who’s trailing you.
In the hands of the Black Falcon and Schnitzelalm race teams, the car has repeatedly proven its worth in the Nurburgring 24 Hours, winning the competitive SP10 class on its first two tries and adding a third victory in 2021. Also a popular addition to the IMSA Michelin Pilot Challenge grid, Team TGM gave the car its first championship in 2018 with drivers Hugh Plumb and Owen Trinkler, and the car took at least one win in each of its first four seasons in the division.