G-Power is a German tuner known for its massive power plants, recently revealed a tuned version of the Mercedes-AMG GT 63 4-door coupe. G-Power is mostly working on BMW models but this new car is one few non-bimmers that tweaked by the tuner.
First, start with standard numbers for the AMG GT 63 4-door. Its twin-turbocharged 4-liter V8 engine can produce 630 hp and 900 NM of torque for the S models. This amount of power is more than enough for a four-door car but not for G-Power.
The first upgrade kit called GP-800 can increase power to 789 hp and 1000 NM of torque. This kit includes $4040 GP-8 performance software, $7180 new turbochargers, $6022 sport downpipes, $267 sport high flow air filter and $5450 sport exhaust system.
G-Power mentioned that the upgrade kit not only improves power output but has a possessive effect on the fuel economy.
Costumers who want a less upgraded version can go with the GP-750 tuning package. This medium upgrade kit (well obviously it is medium with G-Power standards) can provide 740 hp and 1000 NM of torque. The key element of the GP-750 is $3365 software update and sport downpipes.
The least power upgrade kit which is called GP-700 costs $2800 and provides 690 hp and 950 NM of torque.
G-Power hasn’t released any acceleration or top speed figures for this models.
Besides a power upgrade. G-Power customers can order 20-inch or 21-inch Hurricane RR and Hurricane RS forged wheels.