The other day the Brabus workshop presented one of the first tuning kits for the new Mercedes-AMG GT 63 S. The set of modifications called Brabus 800 turned out to be quite typical for the German company: masters boosted GT 63 S's power up to 800 hp and applied their trademark set of carbon fiber dodgers. As in the case with other creations of the workshop, the interior of the Mercedes-AMG was also not neglected.
The standard 4.0-liter GT 63 S engine has got two new turbochargers with a larger compressor block, which raised the pressure to 1.6 bar. The engine control unit was also changed, which gave 161 hp and 100 Nm more. Thus, the GT 63 S with all modifications from Brabus produces 800 hp and 1000 Nm of torque, allowing the car to accelerate to 100 km/h in just 2.9 seconds.
The Brabus 800 kit offers a range of Brabus-specific trim features: a new front spoiler and air intakes as well as an updated diffuser and rear bumper panels. All new elements are made of carbon fiber and are available in a matte or gloss finish at the customer's choice.
This is not the end of the modifications: Brabus offers the installation of a new stainless steel exhaust system with titanium or carbon fiber exhaust pipes. Naturally, the kit also includes a new set of Monoblock Z "PLATINUM EDITION" rims measuring 21 inches at the front and 22 inches at the rear. Finally, a plug-and-play air suspension module completes the set, reducing ground clearance by 25 mm in Comfort and Sport modes.