Although I’ve heard the phrase “Drive as if you stole it” used in some racing contexts, I don’t think I’ve really had anything to do with that beyond what it means. police chase. Now, it’s possible that someone at your local racetrack actually stole the car they were driving because someone in San Antonio, Texas doesn’t have a GT4 anymore.
Early Friday morning, someone stole a white 2019 GMC Denali HD pickup and its attached trailer from a San Antonio parking lot. Inside the trailer is a 2018 Mercedes-AMG GT4 race car. The only reason why an owner knows how long his truck was stolen is because of an email notification from OnStar. Anonymous owner told KENS 5 in an interview, “I came back around 8 a.m. (Friday) and there was nothing here.”
The owners also recall their initial interactions with law enforcement, “The officer said, when he walked out here, he said, ‘This is not my jurisdiction, but I do. Been out here a few times. Just keep calling and a car is stolen from this parking lot. That area of San Antonio has seen increase in car thefts and burglaries since the beginning of 2022, including stealing the Winter Paralympic athlete’s medal from his Tesla. Mercedes hope owner relative of the car Rare will lead to it the recuperation.
Mercedes-AMG GT4 2018 is equipped with a V8 engine, twin turbocharger, 4-liter capacity, producing 510 horsepower. I don’t need to tell you that the 2018 Mercedes-AMG GT4 isn’t street legal, but it’s not impossible to modify the Mercedes for road use. Though if you happen to own a Mercedes-AMG GT4, the car’s fuel economy is 20.6 miles per gallon and it can carry 31.7 gallons of fuel in the tank. The latest Mercedes-AMG GT4 is now available for retail at $209,590 dollars.