Watch new video from the G-POWER S63 AMG
Ultra-light manufactory wheel for AMG S63 models - see it "live" in the new G-POWER video!
G-POWER goes to these great lengths because their philosophy mandates continuous development to improve the all-round efficiency of customer vehicles. While this applies to their supercharger systems and ECU upgrades, they also recognise that unsprung weight has a direct influence on vehicle performance.
The lower unsprung mass of lighter wheels imposes less dynamic loads on the suspension elements, which benefits handling and road holding. At the same time, with less rotating mass to accelerate and brake, straight-line performance is also enhanced.
Technical excellence apart, the G-POWER HURRICANE RR Forged wheel also looks good, and is available in seven finishes, plus the possibility of a highly personalised version. It comes in three distinctive colours - Jet Black, Gun Metal Grey and Stardust Silver. In addition you can choose any of these hues as the background colour in combination with a diamond cut finish for the wheel spokes as shown in the new G-POWER video featuring a S63 AMG: VIDEO
Also available form G-POWER is the Bi-Tronik 5 V1 power upgrade with VMAX module that takes the bi-turbo V8 motor from the standard 585hp (430 kW) to an incredible 705hp (518 kW), with peak torque swelling from 900 to 1,000 Nm. Thus modified, the S63 coupe covers the 0 to 100km/h benchmark in just 3.8 seconds (3.9 sec standard), and with the factory electronic Vmax limiter removed, a top speed of 330km/h is achievable. Unlike most ECU upgrades, this add-on system is not affected by factory software updates, and the unit is also easily removed with no residual traces.
Further details along with the prices for the G-POWER Bi-Tronik 2 V1 and the HURRICANE RR forged wheels are listed in our online shop.
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