The Mercedes-AMG GT 63 S E Performance supercar was the company’s most powerful car before the ONE hypercar was out. But Mansory thought that was still not enough. So that’s how the plug-in hybrid got a slight power boost and some very savage looks. The photo gallery below will prove it.
When it rolls off the assembly line in Affalterbach, Germany, the Mercedes-AMG GT 63 S E Performance boasts 843 PS (831 HP) and 1,400 Nm (1,033 lb-ft) of torque. Yeah, those are almost hypercar figures, aren’t they?
Furthermore, the S E Performance comes with the “first-ever AMG plug-in hybrid ever” label. And that’s how it will go down in history.
With all these aces up its sleeve, the GT 63 S E Performance drove straight into the Mansory shop. And it drove out of there with 880 PS (868 PS).
The power increase led to a quicker run from zero to hero (0-100 km/h or 0-62 mph) in 2.8 seconds and a higher top speed. The needle of the odometer now hits 320 km/h (199 mph).
But those looks, oh, the looks. There is so much carbon fiber all over the car that you wouldn’t even know where to start. Probably the carbon fiber hood gets most of the attention. The rear diffuser and the tail wing are made of the same material.
The Mercedes-AMG GT 63 S E Performance also got 22-inch Type Y.5 wheels with red calipers that match the Mansory logo and the other yellow accents that now shop up on the PHEV.
The tuner fitted carbon fiber on board as well. So predictable, right? Customers can choose the color of the leather and of the seatbelts and floor mats. But there is no word on the pricing. So you’ll have to ask Mansory about it yourself before placing that order that will make you cause a commotion in traffic. Just don’t cause a collision.