McChip has recently announced a new tuning package for the Mercedes-Benz SLS AMG, which has been named the MC700.
This is apparently Mercedes-Benz tuning day, and after the guys at Mansory have announced a new upgrade package for the C-Class Coupe, McChip have stepped forward and have pulled the wraps off their latest creation, a new tuning program for the SLS AMG. According to the tuning company, the German supercar has been named the MC700 and it’s adding a Capristo exhaust system, a revised ECU and a mechanically driven compressor.
The modifications mentioned above are allowing the 6.2 liter V8 engine to develop a total output of 671 horsepower (680 PS / 500 kW) and a peak torque of 770 Nm (568 lb-ft), which means an extra 107 HP (109 PS / 80 kW) and 120 Nm of torque (88 lb-ft) when compared to the standard version of the SLS AMG. If this power isn’t enough for you, a new stage will bring the output of the Mercedes-Benz SLS AMG to 696 HP (706 PS / 519 kW) and 793 Nm of torque (585 lb-ft).
If you own a Mercedes-Benz SLS AMG and you want to order the entry-level package, you should know that this has been priced from 69,900 euros (55, 360 pounds / 88,060 dollars), while for the performance package you will have to pay 78,999 euros (62,434 pounds / 99,520 dollars).