Creative Bespoke reveals extensive upgrade of the Mercedes-AMG GT S
Car tuning studio Creative Bespoke has decided to try and reimagine the Mercedes-AMG GT S from the ground up. Following an extended period of customization, the vehicle left the garage with numerous visual and technical improvements.
The sporty coupe has got a glass hood cover and a brand-new aerodynamic body kit made of carbon, which resulted in substantial weight reduction. The kit, which included a GT rear wing, side skirts, a radiator grille, and both bumpers, lent the car a rather dark and sinister appearance.
Creative Bespoke has also outfitted the Mercedes-AMG GT S with an advanced exhaust system and a special PKG engine control chip. The latter increased the performance of the stock 4.0-liter turbocharged engine by 100 hp (75 kW) and 136 Nm (100 lb·ft) of torque, resulting in a total of 622 hp (464 kW) and 806 Nm (594 lb·ft).
Creative Bespoke provided no updated acceleration data for the vehicle. The production car accelerates from a standstill to 100 km/h (60 mph) in 3.8 seconds.
Last but not least, the tuners have painted the car body red and installed a new set of 20” ultra-light polished wheels with bronze finish and titanium fastening bolts.
No costs have been made public.