The Mercedes-AMG GT S is definitely a head-turner, even in stock form. But as everyone knows, there will always be clients looking to make their rides a bit more unique.
For them, Fostla has come up with a few aftermarket upgrades that cost €28,000 ($32,703) in Germany. First, there’s the power upgrade, which bumps the output from the original 510PS (503hp / 375kW) and 650Nm (479lb-ft) of torque, to 613PS (604hp / 451kW) and 768Nm (566lb-ft) of torque.
This number was achieved with some ECU tuning, plus the addition of a BMC high performance air filter and Frequency Intelligent-exhaust-downpipes, according to the tuner. Fostla doesn’t say how quick the Mercedes-AMG GT S is with their upgrades, but seen as how the stock model takes only 3.8 sec to reach 100km/h (62mph), and maxes out at 310km/h (193mph), this car should build on that performance quite nicely.
Next comes the carbon fiber aerodynamic kit, consisting of a front splitter, intake add-ons, sidebars, rear diffuser and adjustable rear wing. These are being complemented by a KW lowering suspension, and H&R spacers for the wheels.
Finally, Fostla wrapped the entire car in vinyl, featuring a two-tone matte silver and red pattern, along with the PP-Performance logo on the windscreen and the Fostla lettering on the sides.