Ever thought the Mercedes-AMG GT S needed to be a little, you know, wider? Well, German tuner Prior Design seemingly agrees and now offers this muscular new PD700GTR widebody kit for the Affalterbach-built two-door.
The package includes the extreme widening of the body at the front and rear axles, while chunky new side rocker panels have also been added. Furthermore, the kit features new front and rear skirts, including a spoiler lip in front and a large diffuser at the rear.
A new bonnet and a fixed, multi-piece spoiler round off the kit, which is fashioned from Fiberglass-Duraflex as standard, but can optionally be specified in carbon if your wallet is deep enough.
Those larger wheelarches frame Prior Design's own PD3Forged alloys with five double spokes and a black finish, wrapped in Continental rubber measuring 245/30 ZR20 at the front and 305/25 ZR21 at the rear. The interior of the GT S has been similarly customised, with a number of decorative elements added and, of course, fashioned from carbon-fibre.
The tuner says it also offers a new exhaust system (which includes valve control) for the otherwise-untouched twin-turbo 4,0-litre V8, as well as a set of H&R sports springs, which lower the body by 40 mm.
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