As revealed late last week, the sonorous Mercedes-AMG GT3 joins Project CARS, further expanding the title’s impressive list of GT3 class racing machinery, and is available to everyone at no additional cost.
The successor to the SLS AMG GT3 is no stranger to racing games, having already appeared in Driveclub, and appearing several days later in Assetto Corsa last December. The new racing machine from the Mercdes-AMG camp impresses with a new “Panamericana” radiator grille reminiscent of the 300 SL sports car that won the “Carrera Panamericana” endurance race across Mexico in 1952.
Like its predecessor, the all-new machine is powered by a naturally-aspirated 6.3-liter V8 engine, and it produces in excess or 500 galloping ponies. The extensive use of carbon fiber throughout the car’s body allows it to come well under the FIA’s recommended 1300 kilograms minimum weight requirement.
You’ll have the opportunity to drive the team’s newest GT3 effort whether you’re enjoying the game on the PC, PlayStation 4 or Xbox One, and take in the sonorous sound of the V8 powerplant for yourself.
Remember to stop by our Project CARS forum for more discussion, in-depth analysis and and speculation regarding possible additions and features the game may deliver.