Brabus Turns Up The Power On The Mercedes-AMG GT S

You know, because you can never have too much.

Brabus has been on a roll recently. The maniacal tuning company has worked its magic on a variety of Mercedes-Benzes and has recently turned their focus onto the Mercedes-AMG GT S. The Brabus PowerXtra B40—600 performance kit boosts power by an additional 88 hp and 74 lb.-ft. of torque. That accounts for a total output of 592 hp and 553 lb.-ft. of torque. With the extra power, the GT S can get to 62 mph in 3.6 seconds and onto a top speed of 201 mph. Not only is the GT S faster, but it also looks better too.

The extra power comes from a new mapping for injection and ignition, along with an increase in boost pressure. In addition to pumping the supercar with more power, Brabus has given the vehicle a quad exhaust system that’s made out of titanium and sports suspension that lowers the vehicle’s height by 0.6 inches. The tuning company also decided that the supercar’s looks weren’t menacing enough and gave the vehicle a carbon aero kit. The aero kit consists of aggressive bumpers and spoilers, new air outlets, new rocker panels, as well as a rear diffuser. Lastly, there’s a set of ultra-light Monoblock F forged wheels to tie it all together.

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