If Brabus were to write a James Bond novel, it would probably be called The Horsepower is Not Enough. The German tuner specializes in taking high-performance Mercedes-Benz cars and given them far greater levels of performance than the factory ever intended. Brabus’ latest target is the Mercedes-AMG GT S, which the German tuner has morphed into a 591-hp monster.
Other enhancements include a new front fascia with a splitter and LED running lights, a new diffuser and rear spoiler, and new Brabus-designed wheels measuring 20 inches in front and 21 inches in back. Brabus suspension springs also lower the Mercedes-AMG GT S by 0.6 inch. Inside, look for new aluminum shift paddles, illuminated doorsill plates, and various leather and Alcantara trim pieces.
Although pricing has yet to be announced, getting a Brabus-tuned Mercedes-AMG GT S requires deep pockets: The standard car alone starts at a cool $129,925 in the U.S.