This is what you call a review? Are you serious? You folks kill me, and @Mattoropael you are full of crap.
I think the Schwartzer is an exceptional car when viewed as a premium luxury coupe. When viewed as something like a Mercedes-AMG model, it is somewhat disappointing. It's very clear that the Schwartzer is C63 AMG Coupe based with the size of an E-Class Coupe and the engine of a CL65 AMG C216. That said, it doesn't feel like it has a big powerful V12 at all. In fact, it feels like it's supposed to be an E550 Coupe. Powerful? Yes, but very very subtle and not really made for high speed performance even though it does provide great performance for it's class.
I often like to compare the Schwartzer to the Zion XS and that's where the Schwartzer really shines. Whereas the Zion XS isn't powerful at all and suffers from numb steering and poor overall performance, the Schwartzer feels like it has power and the steering is very responsive.
So as a performance car, the Schwartzer doesn't really have much to offer. But as a cruiser, a grand touring luxury coupe, it's excellent. What this car was made for was style and luxury with a bit of extra power to boot. It claims to be a performance coupe but it isn't and if you're fine with that then you'll like it. I still dressed my Schwartzer up with a carbon fiber reinforced polymer roof and aggressive side skirts but it's still a luxury coupe, I just want it to look the part.
Forgetting that Rockstar advertises the Schwartzer as a performance coupe when it's not, I'd rate this car an at 8/10
It is a shame though. Rockstar hasn't actually put out any full on performance German coupes/sedans at all when at the moment Germany can't stop making them. We have the C63, E63, ML63, GL63, G63, G65, S63, S65, SL63, SL65, AMG GT, RS3, RS4 RS5, RS6, RS7, M3, M4, M5, M6, Alpina B7, Cayman, Panamera, Macan, Cayenne, and more. All of these are fast as hell in their highest trims and believe it or not, most of them can keep up with or even beat a Corvette Stingray C7 in a straight line. But here we are, with slow German 'performance' vehicles in GTA V. The only fast German car we have that isn't a 9F or Comet is the Feltzer but that's a disaster. Instead of simply slapping on more power and a carbon fiber roof or something, they gave it a genuinely atrocious body kit. The Germans generally don't like to flaunt their performance on higher performance models. They love subtlety. They simply add a bigger/powerful engine, a few badges, a tiny bit of carbon fiber, a quad exhaust, and call it a day.