G-Power raises the power of the Mercedes-AMG GT 63 coupe to a massive 800 horsepowerJune 18, 2020
The tuning company offers everyone three levels of power increase for the already high-performance coupe Mercedes-AMG GT 63.
The four-door coupe Mercedes-AMG GT 63 is a very powerful car that boasts 577 horsepower (800 Nm) from the 4.0-liter V8 AMG twin-turbo M177 engine. The machine is equipped with all-wheel drive, but most of the moment it still gets the rear axle. If this is not enough, the automaker offers a more powerful GT 63 S with 630 hp. (900 Nm).
If these numbers are still small for you, G-Power has released the AMG GT 63 upgrade package that can satisfy you. Introducing the GP 63 Biturbo, which offers up to 800 hp. power and 1000 Nm of torque.
To achieve this effect, the specialists at the G-Power studio equipped the AMG GT 63 engine with special GP-800 software, which costs 3,595 euros at the current exchange rate. A set of new turbochargers will cost 6,390 euros, downpipes will cost 5,360 euros , sports air filters cost 238 euros, and a more efficient stainless steel exhaust system is priced at 4,850 Euro.
G-Power claims that these updates improve the performance of the GT 63, increase the torque and responsiveness of the engine by pressing the gas pedal, optimizing engine efficiency and fuel consumption.
G-Power offers two other software for the electronic engine control unit – GP-750, which raises the power level to 750 hp. and GP-700, increasing engine performance up to 700 hp
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