Mansory is at it again. This time with a massive GT3-like wing for the AMG GT S.
Mansory caters to a very specific market, car owners that like splashy designs and want to stand out from the crowd as much as possible. Case in point, the tuner's latest work involves a one-off Mercedes-AMG GT S which has received a rather opulent rear wing that would be more suitable for a GT3 race car. It’s a bit too much for our tastes, but as they say, beauty is in the eye of the beholder.
Besides the massive carbon fiber wing, the AMG GT S also wears Mansory’s aggressive body kit which was originally unveiled a few months ago in Geneva. The one-off car depicted in the adjacent images comes with massive 21-inch wheels and a tricked-out cabin with red accents to match the body detailing.
The German tuner has made some extensive revisions to the biturbo 4.0-liter V8 engine which now takes advantage of larger turbochargers and a sports air filter. There’s also a custom exhaust system which partially contributes to the enormous bump in output from the series 510 horsepower (375 kilowatts) to a whopping 730 hp (537 kW).
With the power pack implemented, the 0-62 mph (0-100 kph) takes a mere 3.4 seconds, down by 0.4 seconds compared to the standard AMG GT S. If you’ll ask them nicely, Mansory will remove the 310-kph electronic limiter which will unlock a maximum velocity of 205 mph (330 kph).
If you would rather have something with more power than the S version straight from Mercedes-AMG, the spicy “R” version will be unveiled later this month at the Goodwood Festival of Speed. If that won’t be enough to quench your thirst for power, Mercedes-AMG will launch a Black Series version in the years to come.