560-strong SUV GMC Yukon from the studio CallawayMarch 13, 2020
Atelier Callaway has just released a comprehensive package of modifications for the previous-generation American full-size SUV GMC Yukon, which provides owners with many options, and in particular, to increase productivity.
For those hefty American SUVs that feature a 6.2-liter V8 engine, the GenThree intercooler, a new air intake system and low-restriction exhaust system will allow the large SUV to accelerate to 560 hp.
Owners of an SUV with a smaller 5.3-liter V8 can also order the installation of a more efficient Callaway supercharger, after which, their engine power will be “only” 480 hp.
Modifications to the engine change style. These include embroidered cabin mats, various badges with the emblem of a tuning studio both on the body of an SUV and in its interior, a special plate in the engine compartment that will indicate a modernized engine and Callaway key rings. Off-road vehicles can also be equipped with a sports steering wheel and pedals.
At the request of the owner, the company’s specialists will equip the car with increased brakes, a more productive suspension. In addition, a variety of different wheel options are available in diameters of 20 and 22 inches.
For customers of the tuning company who ordered the modernization of the technical part of the GMC Yukon SUV, a 5 year warranty whichever comes first.
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