Until the introduction of the Black Series, Mercedes’ AMG GT family will remain incomplete. But the waiting game for the Black Series is seemingly overpowered by what US-based elite tuner Creative Bespoke did with the Mercedes-AMG GT S.
While the Mercedes-AMG GT R Pro is already the talk of the town with its 577-horsepower output and a limited release of just 750 units, it looks like it won’t hold a candle to the modified AMG GT S. Powered by a twin-turbo 4.0-liter V8 engine that generates 656 horsepower, to say that this is one of the most powerful Mercedes vehicles ever tuned-up is an understatement.
The stock version of the Mercedes-AMG GT S makes only 515 horsepower. That’s an increase of 141 horsepower by Creative Bespoke.
Aesthetically, the tuned-up AMG GT S looks like a GT R Pro. It has carbon fiber features on the new front and rear bumpers, as well as on the grille, side skirts, and rear wing. If you want a peek into that sublime V8 engine that’s now going to be the norm for all AMG units, the AMG GT S has a glass bonnet that allows you to do just that.
To top it all off, the Mercedes-AMG GT S is finished in satin black paint and uses Vossen’s hyper-forged wheels wrapped in Pirelli P Zero Tires. Ground clearance is lowered for better performance and maneuverability, thanks to H&R sport springs. Inside, Creative Bespoke gave the AMG GT S a black-and-red treatment.
You can have the Mercedes-AMG GT S for $144,800, including the $80,000 worth of upgrades.