You would think that a surge in tuning programs over the past month would be enough for an aftermarket company to slow down, relax, and enjoy the spoils of its new products.
But some companies, like Wheelsandmore, don’t believe in the concept of being idle. Maybe that’s why it doesn’t take them long enough to get back to work, as shown by its newest aftermarket project.
This one is for the Mercedes E63 AMG S-Model and it has since been fitted with the German tuner’s popular "Seven-11" program.
As is always the case when it comes to a Wheelsandmore program, the aftermarket company doesn’t like wasting time building programs for cars that only went on sale a few months ago. That’s the case with the E63 AMG S-Model, a vehicle Mercedes touted as a suitable replacement for its former AMG Performance Package.
On it’s own, the E63 AMG S-Model isn’t even a few months old yet but it already has quite the credentials to its name, highlighted by that 5.5-liter twin-turbocharged V-8 engine that lies under its hood. In standard set-up, that’s enough to hit an impressive 577 horsepower and 590 pound-feet of torque, numbers, it seems, Wheelsandmore isn’t all that impressed by, hence the decision to fit the "Seven-11" program.
Click past the jump to read about what Wheelsandmore did to the 2014 Mercedes E63 AMG S-Model
A host of new components were given to one of the newest members of Mercedes’ line, including a new side skirts and a lowered suspension that drops the luxury sedan’s ride height by a noticeable lot.
No Wheelsandmore program is complete without the installation of a set of wheels for the vehicle. In this particular case, the German tuner went ahead and decided that 20 inches would be a good enough size. So it fitted the E63 AMG S-Model with a set of 20-inch 6Sporz forged alloy wheels. All in a few hours work, we presume.
More Power, Please!
Our wish, apparently, is Wheelsandmore’s command. The German tuner wasted little time stretching the boundaries of what the E63 AMG S-Model is capable of, giving the luxury sedan a CRP-F1 kit, a new exhaust system with flap-controlled sport mufflers and a remapped ECU. The result is a car that can now unleashes 700 horsepower and 811 pound-feet of torque, improving its 0-to-60 mph time to somewhere around 3.3 seconds with a 190 mph top speed.