German tuning specialist Renntech has laid the foundation on what is destined to become the world-first modified Mercedes-AMG GT S.
Mercedes’ latest junior supercar features a 4-litre bi-turbo V8 delivering 510 HP, ending up beating its more powerful SLS predecessor on track. Of course, it’s all down to the fact the new GT is actually significantly lighter. What if that is not enough though? Go make an appointment to the doctor, uh, sorry, Renntech.
Work has already started on the firm’s first Mercedes-AMG GT based project. And the prospect is very promising. We’ll tell you this much. Renntech is the creation of a team made up of ex AMG engineers, clearly the most qualified technicians you can turn to in case you have a serious itch for power.
What’s in store? Renntech says Stage 1 ECU remap is set to bring a considerable boost, estimated to no less than 600 HP. Is there a Stage 2 as well? Of course there is. The exact figures attributed to it were not yet disclosed, though, but Renntech is sure to have at least 700 HP on tap. Mad, mad, mad!