German Special Customs are keen on building their own, improved version of the Mercedes-AMG GT and to show that off, they relseased two pictures to tease their work of art.
It should be clear that a respectable tuning work on a performance model – especially when talking about the AMG GT – has to bring, first of all, its fair share of agressive styling.
GSC offers plenty of that with an aerodynamic body kit that includes modified bumpers and revised side skirts. In addition, the new body is equipped with a front splitter, a ventilated hood, carbon fiber flics and redesigned front fender vents.
Oh, an that massive rear wing installed in the rear really puts the icing on the cake, as it completes the agressive rear diffuser and the four-tailpipe sports exhaust system. But wait, isn’t this what the AMG GT Black Series was supposed to look like?
Unfortunately, GSC adopts a mysterious approach when it comes to disclosing performance changes, so for now all we can say is that the final product will use the standard 4.0-liter biturbo V8 engine producing 462 hp and 600 Nm of torque in the AMG GT version or 510 hp and 650 Nm of torque in the AMG GT S version.
However, given the GSC’s hunger for speed and performance, it shouldn’t come as a surprise if the tuned AMG GT will pack 600+ hp.