The latest tuner to get its mitts on the Mercedes-AMG GT is German company Luethen Motorsport. As with most before it, the brand has modified the car on a number of fronts, from aesthetics and aerodynamics to its engine.
Starting with the most obvious change, the body kit, it is constructed from lightweight carbon fiber and includes a fixed rear wing, aggressive front splitter with small winglets, side skirts and a new diffuser. These elements don’t just add presence to the car but also downforce, promising to make it even more capable on a racetrack. Completing the upgrades are forged wheels available in 20-inch and 21-inch sizes as well as sports springs that marginally lower the ride height.
As for the engine, Luethen have fitted the twin-turbo 4.0-liter V8 with a custom ECU that increases power from the 503 HP of the AMG GT S up to 612 hp and 780 Nm of torque. Additionally, the top speed limiter has been removed, allowing the model to accelerate through to 330 km/h (205 mph).