The headline figure is 825 hp, up from the GT R’s already powerful 612 hp. Torque gets a similar boost, up to 850 Nm from a base of 730 Nm. The power is acheived through the use of a 200-cell cat blow-off valve, a high-flow air filter, and a turbo upgrade. he Vmax is deleted too, allowing for a derestricted top speed. Both transmission and clutch receive re-inforcements to allow the GT R to cope with the additional power.
On the outside, The Mercedes-AMG GT R gets a new aero package which debuted in Monaco last month. It consists of a set of front bumper canards, side rocker panels, a larger, two-stage rear wing and an extended diffuser which unlocks even greater aerodynamic performance.
In addition to the power and aerodynamic package, RENNtech also offer a set of Vossen wheels measuring 19 and 20 inches front to rear with Michelin Pilot Sport Cut semi-slick tyres. The satin black finish on this car contrasts perfectly with the Magno accents.