Khodrocar - If for whatever reason you’re finding the standard GT a bit bland in terms of design, the tuners at Prior Design have the solution to spruce up Mercedes-AMG’s sports car. Starting off with the hotter S model, the aftermarket specialists have slapped on their PD700GTR widebody kit bringing fatter wheel arches courtesy of new side rocker panels. The package also encompasses reworked fascias with a spoiler lip up front and a prominent diffuser at the back to make the GT S look ready to star in a new Need for Speed game.
Prior Design didn’t stop there as it also developed a new hood for Affalterbach’s coupe, which was also blessed with a beefy rear spoiler. These body parts can be optionally had in full carbon fiber, but it’s obviously going to cost you more. This particular GT S has been brought closer to the road by 40 millimeters (1.57 inches) thanks to a set of H&R sports springs to complement the new 20-inch front and 21-inch rear wheels created by the tuner with a five double-spoke design and finished in stealthy black.
To top it all off, the standard exhaust system has been replaced by a custom setup featuring valve control to alter the soundtrack generated by AMG’s biturbo 4.0-liter V8 engine. Images of the interior have not been provided, but Prior Design says it has made extensive use of carbon fiber to continue the exterior’s theme.
Interestingly, the tuner mentions it’s currently at the Nürburgring to prove its tricked-out GT S is more than just a showcar by putting the coupe through its paces with a professional race car driver behind the wheel. Lap time info will be disclosed at a later date, along with additional details.
Source: Prior Design