McChip has introduced a new tuning program for the Mercedes SLS AMG. It enables the model to produce up to 706 PS (519 kW / 696 hp).
McChip has introduced a new tuning program for the Mercedes SLS AMG.
Dubbed the MC700, the package includes a mechanically-driven compressor, a revised ECU and a Capristo exhaust system. It enables the 6.2-liter V8 engine to produce 680 PS (500 kW / 671 hp) and 770 Nm (568 lb-ft) of torque - an increase of 109 PS (80 kW / 107 hp) and 120 Nm (88 lb-ft).
If that's not impressive enough, export versions - without TÜV approval - can be tuned to produce 706 PS (519 kW / 696 hp) and 793 Nm (585 lb-ft) of torque.
The entry-level package is priced from €69,900 ($88,060 / £55,360), while the high-performance package costs €78,999 ($99,520 / £62,435). It certainly isn't cheap, but the conversion can be completed in as little as five business days.