This example is the work of Creative Bespoke, a tuner based in Scottsdale, Arizona, which lifted the output of the twin-turbo 4.0-liter V8 by 100PS (99hp / 74kW) and 136Nm (100lb-ft) of torque.
As a result of tuning the ECU and adding a custom exhaust, the unit is now good for 622PS (613hp / 457kW) and 807Nm (595lb-ft) of torque, which makes it more powerful than the factory GT R that puts out 585 PS (577 HP / 430 kW) and 700 Nm (516 lb-ft). There’s no info on performance, but we’re likely looking at a few tenths of a second shaved from the stock car’s 3.8 seconds.
Checking out the engine doesn’t require popping the hood, as there’s a glass cover that allows you (and, of course, bystanders) to view the mighty V8.
Creative Bespoke’s GT S is also equipped with a new body kit. Dubbed Darwin Pro GTR, it comes with new bumper on both ends, a new grille and side skirts and a large wing at the rear. All parts are made from carbon fiber and are said to improve downforce.
This GT S is fitted with ADV.1 rims measuring 10×20 inches up front and 12×20 inches at the rear and have a Polished Matte Brown finish and Exposed Titanium Hardware option. A set of H&R sport springs lower the ride height and make sure that the aftermarket wheels fill up the arches.
Finally, the Mercedes -AMG GT S was given a Ceramic Pro paint correction and coating, which allows the original Designo Hyacinth Red Metallic paint to shine.