So far, the Mercedes-AMG GT has been a project of numerous engineers who have been using everything they “fall into their minds”, and have worked on all of its variants, from the introduction to the most powerful GT R.
The mode of the photo was made by the tiny Creative Bespoke company, whose headquarters are located in Scottsdale, Arizona. The company’s employees succeeded in increasing the output power of the four-horn twin-turbo V8 aggregate for 99 “horses” and 136 Nm of torque.
As a consequence of tuning the ECU and add a unique exhaust system, the above mentioned aggregate now produces 613 horsepower (457kW) and 807 Nm of torque. Of course, this model looks stronger than the factory-fitted GT R model, which develops 577 horsepower (430kW) and 700 Nm of torque.
There is still no performance detail yet, but this tangled example is probably about a couple of tenths faster than the factory model, which requires only 3.8 seconds to accelerate to “hundreds”.
Namely, on the hood of this model there is a glass part through which you can see the powerful V8 generator that drives this hoe, which is a pretty interesting detail.
The GT S in the Creative Bespoke edition also features a new body-kit bearing the name Darwin Pro GTR, which includes new bumper at both ends of the car, a new cooler grille and a large spoiler on the rear of the car.
All of these parts are made of carbon fibers and enhance the adhesion force.
There are also ADB.1 wheels with a 10×20 inch forward and 12×20 inch backs. In the end, the car is red in the red “Designo Hyacinth Red Metallic” color.
Do you like this beast?