If You’re Into Collecting Scale Models, Check Out These Fresh AMG GTs

The new Mercedes-AMG GT is one of the hottest cars of the moment. It’s looks, it’s performance, it’s badge, everything just comes together when it comes to this car.

But since not everybody can own or even get to drive one, you can still purchase it as a scale model either because you have a great place for it in your room, or because you’re a collector who’s not going to miss out on such a great prize.

There are three total model car size available, starting with the 1:43 and the 1:18 and concluding with the special Limited Edition model size 1:12.

Of course, this one comes with a hefty price tag, setting you back €249.90. But since it’s limited to just 1,000 units, it may just be worth it.

Mercedes had it made in partnership with Premium ClassiXXs, and it features a designo diamond bright white exterior and a Nappa leather Exclusive white/black interior.

The smaller 1:18 and 1:43 models will cost you €79.90 and €34.90 respectively, and may satisfy your need of owning a toy AMG GT, regardless of size.

The 1:18 model will let you open its doors, hood and trunk, and it also comes with AMG Performance Seats – sounds like a fair deal to us, especially since it’s the best size for those looking to just find a place for it in their bedrooms or their living room.

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