The Mercedes tuner performmaster GmbH has pre-buttoned the current G63 AMG (W463A series) and given it a significant performance peak. The company from Plüderhausen ensures with an upgrade to a huge 805 PS / 592 kW and 1.020 Nm torque that the G 63 accelerates to 3,9 km / h in just 100 seconds and thus even an AMG-GT (462 PS & 476 PS ) leaves behind. The only difference is that it is a 2,5 ton SUV and not a thoroughbred athlete with an empty weight of approx. 1650 kg. The performance increase of the M 177 DE 40 AL-V8 petrol engine with factory 585 PS and 850 NM is achieved by performmaster using in-house PEC tuning (including CAN bus tuning technology) Module in combination with specially developed turbochargers, which have a larger compressor unit and a reinforced axial bearing.
+220 PS & 170 NM torque
And the plus of 220 PS & 170 NM torque also means that the electronically limited top speed of 220 km / h (with AMG Drivers Package: 240 km / h) with itself. This makes the G-Class a top speed of 260 km / h and anyone who wants can get everything with a vehicle-specific TÜV parts certificate and optional engine guarantee. If we receive timely information on further changes, there is of course an update for this report. You will be informed if you simply use ours Feed subscribe to. Have fun watching the pictures and stay true to us!
now also as Widebody version
(Photos: Performmaster GmbH)
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805 hp in the Performmaster Mercedes-AMG G63
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