Brabus has performed its magic once again, this time on the hottest vehicle produced by Mercedes-AMG these days, the AMG GT S.
After showing us that it has what it needs in order to modify premium sedans or SUVs, Brabus has officially pulled the wraps off yet another updated model from the Mercedes-Benz portfolio, the range-topping AMG GT S. The tuning company has given the sports car an aerodynamic body kit, made from carbon fiber, which has been developed in the wind tunnel.
This is adding the air outlets for the front fenders, the rear diffuser, the rocker panels and the front bumper, amongst others. In order for the design to be complete, a new set of wheels had to be added to the AMG GT S. This is now riding on 21-inch multi spoke ally rims which are covering the gold finished brake calipers. Last but not least, the sports car has dropped the Mercedes-Benz badges from its body for the Brabus ones.
If we said “last but not least” we’ve made a mistake because the Mercedes-AMG GT S by Brabus has also received a power boost thanks to the new mapping for the injection system and ignition, along with a slightly higher boost pressure. Thanks to these upgrades, the German performance vehicle can go produce a total of 600 HP (441 kW) and a peak torque of 750 Nm (553 lb-ft), available at 4,800 rpm. From 0 to 100 km/h (62 mph), the model now needs 3.6 seconds and it can reach a top speed of 325 km/h (201 mph).