When the Black Series will finally be launched, Mercedes’ AMG GT family will be complete. Until then, though, you could get the top dog in the lineup: the GT R Pro.
It comes with several visual and technical upgrades over the regular GT R, while retaining the same 577 horsepower output. In case you want more, you could opt for Creative Bespoke’s AMG GT S, which comes with a neck-snapping 656 HP produced by the 4.0-liter, twin-turbo V8 – a 141 hp improvement over the stock item.
The immense output will probably put the upcoming Black Series in its corner, in a straight-line duel, whereas the enhanced looks will make bystanders think that they’re actually looking at the GT R Pro.
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The carbon fiber package brings new front and rear bumpers, grille, side skirts and rear wing, as well as glass engine bonnet that allows you to take a peek at the marvelous V8 that has become the norm for almost all modern AMGs.
Finished in satin black paint, this AMG GT S sits on Vossen’s hyper forged wheels, shod in Pirelli P Zero Tires. The look is completed by the H&R sport springs that have slightly lowered the ground clearance of the sports car turned super. Creative Bespoke has also upgraded the interior, giving it black and red leather, as well as their logo embossed into the headrests.
Now, depending on how much money you have in the bank, the tuner, based in Scottsdale, Arizona, would sell you the AMG GT S, which benefits from upgrades totaling over $80,000, for $144,800. But you’d better head on over to their webpage to see what exactly you’ll be getting for your money, in a car built in 2016, with 7,971 miles (12,828 km) on the odo.