Now, you might think that this car would be too big to afford and too expensive for its class.
But the Mercedes-AMG GK-Class is a truly unique piece of modern architecture.
Its price tag: a whopping $3.2 million, or just shy of a tenth of a million pounds.
The AMG’s new flagship model is set to arrive in the US and Europe this summer, with the UK and Australia following suit later this year.
The GK is the latest in a series of high-end luxury coupes launched in the last two years, following the success of the Mercedes AMG GT-Class.
The new model, however, will be the first to offer a turbocharged V8 engine and a 6.3-litre V8 V8 petrol engine.
And if you can’t wait for that to arrive, there are still some other cars you may be interested in.
Here are the best deals available for the Mercedes GK.
Best Value: The $1,895,000 Mercedes- AMG C63 AMG (GK) car The Mercedes-Amaranth GK (GX) is a supercar in the making, but one that will probably be hard to find for a decent price.
The price tag is $1 million, which is about half the price of the car, but it is actually more affordable.
The $534,000 V8 GK has a twin-turbo V8, making it a very capable car.
The car is built on the Mercedes heritage and boasts a very similar body shape to the current AMG models.
However, the engine will be a 6-cylinder turbocharged four-cylisuburban V8 that will be powered by a 7-speed automatic gearbox.
There is a choice of either a manual or a six-speed manual transmission, as well as an 8-speed electric motor.
It’s a great bargain at just $2,000 more than the GK, and its price tag makes it a good value in terms of luxury.
Best Regret: The Ferrari 458 Italia GK model This car has been built with the purpose of being a “classic”, according to the Italian manufacturer, which means it will be more than twice as powerful and has a very high level of safety features.
However there are some significant downsides, according to Auto Motor und Sport.
The 458 GT3 RS is the most expensive car in the world, but there is also a Ferrari 458 GT4.
This is a much lower-spec version of the 458, with a slightly lower base price.
It has a 632bhp V12 engine that produces a claimed 332kW of torque, while the 458 GTLM RS also has a 640bhp version.
It is powered by an 888bhp twin-scroll turbocharged motor and a 7.0-litres V8.
Its also rated for a top speed of 205mph, and can go from 0-62mph in just 3.6 seconds.
However it comes with a $5,995 deposit for the car.
Best Exterior: The Bentley Continental GT This is the second car in Bentley’s line-up that is based on the GT3-R and has been engineered to look and feel like a modern, supercar.
The Bentley GT3 Continental GT is a 5.0 litre V12 powered car, which makes it the smallest car in its class, making up for the small size of the body.
It can go up to 180mph in 4.4 seconds and top out at 201mph, but the price tag puts it on the lower end of the luxury market.
Its rated for the same price as the GX, which will come with a manual transmission.
Best Interior: The Lamborghini Huracan The Huracan Huracan, a car designed by Italian design studio, is one of the most sought-after sports cars in the history of the world.
It was one of Bentley’s top-selling cars in recent years, with sales of over 1.3 million cars.
The Huracans first model, the Ghibli, was sold for $8.5 million in 2002, making this the most valuable car in history.
Its now a museum piece that was originally designed by the legendary Carlo Pagani.
It comes with an 8.6 litre twin-cam V12, and it’s powered by the same V12 that’s powering the GTC.
It also has its own unique engine that can be swapped out for a V6.
It features a six door, four-passenger cabin, and a six speed manual transmission as well.
It’ll set you back $4.9 million, but you’ll be able to swap in a turbo-charged V6, which can be upgraded for up to 800hp.