It eats tarmac for breakfast and throws flames through its exhaust pipes. The Mercedes-AMG GT S has just become more fierce and more arrogant than ever, thanks to a wide body kit from Prior Design.
The car is now called the PD700 GTR and it comes with solid fender flares and newly added side skirts. New aprons, a more aggressive bonnet, massive rear diffuser and a fixed rear wing bring it closer to its more potent younger brother the Mercedes-AMG GT R.
No word on the cost of the body kit made entirely of carbon fiber. The car now runs on 9.5×20 front and 12.5×21 rear wheels shod with 245/30 and 305/25 Continental ZR21 tires, respectively.
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The GT S has also been fitted with H&R lowering springs, which put the car 40 milimeters closer to the ground. A sports exhaust system with adjustable flaps control the soundtrack that accompanies the motorized bomb.
Prior Design has wrapped the entire interior in Alcantara and carbon fiber. The logo of the tuning house can be observed on the steering wheel and on the headrests.
The company performed no power upgrade, so the GT S stands at 515 horsepower and 670 Nm of torque, all provided by the AMG-born 4.0-liter V8 twin-turbo. The figures make the car flash from a standstill to 100 km/h (62 mph) in 3.8 seconds, on its way to a top speed of 310 km/h (193 mph).