The RSR badge is usually reserved for the GT3 track-based version of the Porsche 911 but the developers over at German-based Piecha tuning believe it would be more fitting for its rendition of the Mercedes-AMG GT S.
This is the AMG GT-RSR and as you can see by the implementation of its intimidating aerokit, it means business. This kit, along with the completely closed underfloor panel means that this rendition should be jam-packed with downforce.
To improve handling, the suspension setup makes use of Piecha’s coilovers which works in conjunction with AMG’s electronic shocks. It’s also been fitted with a set of Advan Sport V105 ultra high performance tyres (275/35 ZR19 at the front and 305/30 ZR20 at the rear).
In terms of performance, the GT-RSR is claimed to be even more powerful than the soon to arrive AMG GT R. Thanks to a performance module, this tuned Mercedes is able to produce 450 kW and 850 N.m of torque from its 4,0-litre biturbo engine, giving it a 0-100 km/h time of 3,7 seconds and a top speed of 330 km/h.
To top the experience off, a unique soundtrack is provided by a four hard-chrome-plated double-wall 90 mm tailpipe system.