Someone at Wheelsandmore has apparently spent too much time online during corona-isolation, as they somehow came to the conclusion that ‘Cummander’ is an great name for their latest project. Then again, we are talking about a tuning company that named itself Wheelsandmore, so what did you expect?
Here’s how the German tuner explained its name of choice for the Mercedes-AMG GT project:
“The dirty, provocative naming of the Mercedes-AMG GT 63 has been chosen deliberately and flirts with the terms power and devotion ambiguously. With the use of the AMG 4.0 bi-turbo engine, it is almost like in the ‘90s when the same actors in every second erotic film in other constellations excited the fans and friends.”
Being the curious chaps that we are, we Googled the name. According to the Urban Dictionary, a cummander is… well, let’s not go there – seriously, don’t.
Okay, with that out of the way, let’s see what Wheelsandmore has prepared for the AMG GT. The super sedan boasts up to 810 PS (799 HP / 596 kW) and 1,030 Nm (760 lb-ft) of torque with the tuner’s Stage 3 up and running, which costs €19,244 ($21,278) in Germany, including assembly.
Stage 2 brings 750 PS (739 HP / 552 kW) and 1,010 Nm (745 lb-ft) to the party, in exchange for €12,605 ($13,937), while the more affordable €2,160 ($2,388) Stage 1 comes with 700 PS (690 HP / 515 kW) and 975 Nm (719 lb-ft).
Without any mods, the GT 63 S’ 4.0-liter twin-turbo V8 produces 639 PS (630 HP / 470 kW) and 900 Nm (664 lb-ft), for a 0-100 km/h (0-62 mph) of 3.2 seconds and a 315 km/h (195 mph) top speed. The regular GT 63 has 585 PS (577 HP / 430 kW) and 800 Nm (590 lb-ft), is 0.2 seconds slower to 100 km/h (62 mph) and maxes out at 310 km/h (192 mph).
The most humble offering features a software optimization or plug-and-play module, the mid-spec adds downpipes with sports catalysts and Capristo flap-controlled exhaust system, and the most powerful variant brings all of the above and new turbocharger with larger compressor unit and new bearings.
Wheelsandmore has equipped the GT 63 S with 10.5×22-inch front and 11.5×22-inch wheels, hugged by 285/30 and 335/25 Michelin tires. The complete set comes with tire pressure monitoring sensors and customizable central locking nut and costs €5,882 ($6,504).
The final upgrade available will set you back €1,428 ($1,579) and it is a lowering module for the air suspension that can be controlled via the dedicated smartphone app.