By on March 3, 2015

Rennwagen Mercedes-AMG GT3 Genf 2015; Racecar Mercedes-AMG GT3 G

Coming to a track near you, the Mercedes-AMG GT3 makes its first stop at the 2015 Geneva Auto Show.

Power for the GT3 comes not from the 4-liter turbo-eight found in the AMG GT, but a naturally aspirated 6.2-liter V8 that once powered the SLS GT3. The race-proven mill pushes 548 horsepower to the back through a six-speed manual.

The GT3 is also a carbon fiber extravaganza, as nearly every bit of the car — including the roll cage, seat pan, racing bucket and side skirts — is made with the material.

For those about to rock, the price of admission will likely be double that of the AMG GT, which begins at $130,000.

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