/VATH retunes 2010 Mercedes E63 AMG

VATH retunes 2010 Mercedes E63 AMG

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As usual VATH picked a monstrously powerful AMG model for their tuning project! This time it’s a 2010 E63 AMG Merc which as standard comes with a 6.2 liter 525 hp V8. But after the VATH treatment, it is turned from an overpowered executive saloon into such a wild animal that the tuner says it’s the right choice for those who like adrenaline rush!

The E63 AMG has now feature a mean dark theme for the exterior thanks to the blacked-out VATH kit consisting of a new grille, carbon front spoiler, boot spoiler lip and a carbon diffuser. Moreover, they have lowered the car’s Airmatic suspension by 30mm, increasing both the visual appeal and road holding.E63’s cabin is also garnished with a carbon interior set and velour floor mats with the embroidered VATH logo.

The braking system is also upgraded with 390 mm brake discs and with 8 pistons fixed caliper. These massive brakes are here for a reason!

The mighty engine of the Mercedes E63 is also tricked out by VATH technicians. The modifications special forged pistons, valves, sports cam shafts, as well as big intake and exhaust valves. In addition, the crank drive has been improved, the cylinder head channels have been enlarged by milling and engine software has been updated.

Therefore it generates 605 hp and 690 nm of torque. The top speed is also increased to 340 km/h, while the 0 to 100 km/h is decreased to 4.1 seconds.

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