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Virtual Tuning: Slammed Mercedes AMG GT

Mercedes AMG GT Slammed 600x355 at Virtual Tuning: Slammed Mercedes AMG GT

If you have a brand-new Mercedes AMG GT, you are probably not going to have it modified in any way or form for at least a year. The car is interesting enough in standard form not to warrant any unnecessary alteration. But if you ever got bored with it, there are cool things you can do to freshen things up a bit.

Here’s a good example of what you can do with your Mercedes AMG GT to make it look a lot more badass. It’s a virtual tuning done by famed designer Jon Sibal. In this treatment he has slammed the GT right to the ground on a set of Meister M1 3P rims from Works Wheels. You would agree that it looks pretty dope.

If you want to apply this treatment to your AMG GT in the real world, apart from the wheels you are going to need an air suspension system as well. You can expect this sort of looks from the car’s stock suspension. Jon has also picked a unique color for this car and a new rear wing. But those are completely doable thanks to the wrapping industry and 3D printing.

So if you fancy the look on this Mercedes AMG GT, beware that slamming a car does invariably compromise its ride and handling characteristics. At the very least you are going to experience a harsh ride. At worst, the handling will go astray.

Rendering by Jon Sibal

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