This modified Mercedes-AMG S63 looks like it's spent too much time out in the sun.
If you ever thought the Mercedes-AMG S63 didn’t have enough presence, Fostla has the car for you. The German tuner has spruced up just about every aspect of the sleek sports coupe in its latest project, but the most noticeable change is the eye-bleedingly bright orange vinyl wrap, which makes the S63 looks like it’s spent too long out in the sun. Adding to the Fostla S63’s aggressive appearance is an obligatory widebody kit from Prior Design, adding flared wheel arches, side skirts, and some brash front and rear bumpers. If you hadn't gathered, it's not very refined.
Even the powder coated 15-spoke wheels aren’t very subtle, finished in an eye-catching anthracite-metallic finish, and a lowering module can be controlled using the car’s steering wheel. Of course, Fostla wasn’t content with only changing the cosmetics, and have made some substantial modifications under the hood. Working with PP-Performance, Fostla has tuned the S63’s 5.5-liter, twin-turbo V8 engine to produce a whopping 730 horsepower, which is quite an improvement over the standard car’s 577-hp pitting it against the Lamborghini Aventador S. No other specs were provided, but the standard AMG S63 can hit 0-62 mph in ?4.1 seconds, so expect that time to be trimmed.
While the Fostla Mercedes-AMG S63 detracts from the classy, luxurious image Mercedes stands for, there’s no doubting it looks much more menacing than the standard model, if a bit sunburnt, while offering supercar levels of performance. It’s not very refined, but then it was never meant to be – if all you want from a car is to stand out, this is for you.