Mercedes-AMG GT S tuned by Fostla to offer an impressive 641hp

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Mercedes-AMG GT S tuned by Fostla

Not many would have qualms regarding the performance of Mercedes-AMG GT S. Fostla had earlier presented their tuned version of the same model that offered 604hp (613PS / 451kW) and 768Nm of torque. Now, they have come up with much better performance upgrade for this sports car. It is dubbed as Level 2 and comprises of more ECU tuning along with upgraded downpipes from PP-Performance and BMC air filter. These changes in Affalterbach’s sports car made it possible to offer a whopping 641hp (650PS / 478 kW) and 800 Nm of torque.

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Nonetheless, Fostla didn’t reveal full details of this tuned Mercedes-AMG GT S. We still don’t know how fast it will go but we expect that it will accelerate from 0 to 62mph around 3 seconds. In standard form, Mercedes-AMG GT S is powered using twin-turbo 4.0 liter V8 engine that is rated at 515hp and 670 Nm of torque. Stock version takes 3.8 seconds to accelerate to 62 mph from stagnant position and top speed stands at 193mph. Hence, it won’t be surprising of newest tuned Mercedes-AMG GT S takes around 3 seconds.

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Exterior of Mercedes-AMG GT S consist of aerodynamic body kit made in collaboration with Prior Design. Prior Design also has tuned version of this sports car but no information was given regarding the powertrain. Hannover based tuning company has applied a vinyl wrap in a shade that is called Malachite Green. Other addition includes KW coilover suspension and ADV.1 Wheels of 20 inches. A total of 50 units will be made and all of them are meant for European market.

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