The upgraded GT R ran the course 7 seconds quicker than the stock model – but the tuner thinks it can do better.
The latest roadster from Mercedes-AMG should rocket from 0-62 mph in around 3.6 seconds.
The updated Mercedes-AMG GT has been spotted with new headlights and a modified rear bumper.
With an ECU upgrade and a custom exhaust, this GT S is substantially more powerful than the stock GT R.
The Japanese tuner has fitted Merc’s sports coupe with its ‘Black Bison’ body kit.
This GT S features the tuner’s new carbon body kit and an Alcantara-clad interior.
Think you know beforehand who the winner is? Well, the results might surprise you.
Fostla’s Mercedes-AMG GT S has 604hp and 566lb-ft of torque, in addition to other upgrades.
The two supercars raced from a standstill as well as from a roll, followed by a brake test.
Besides the extra muscle, Renntech’s tuned Mercedes-AMG GT R has some bodywork upgrades, too.
Mercedes-AMG is asking at least £126,730 in UK and €148,755.95 in Germany for the GT S Roadster.
The Devel Sixty concept has no problem smoking a Mercedes-AMG GT S and a G-Wagen.