To help drivers further appreciate the performance of their tuned Mercedes-AMG GT S, Brabus also installs a new titanium quad-exhaust that is said to be 40 percent lighter than the stock system. As in the C63, Brabus offers the exhaust with a "coming home" button that reduces the car's exhaust volume so as not to annoy your neighbors.




Brabus Mercedes AMG GT S Wing





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.

 



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