2015 Mercedes-Benz A45 AMG RENNtech 459 Edition
Source : 2015 Mercedes-Benz A45 AMG RENNtech 459 Edition
German tuner Renntech has turned Merc’s A45 AMG into a 452bhp, 186mph monster. is usually This kind of a Great-value way to get by 0-62mph in 3.9sec, or an ill-advised effort to make the A45 yet more expensive? Maybe of which’s the comically offensive exhaust. Think reverberant metallic boom, punctuated by a resounding crack on the upshift, along with often finished with the cymbal hiss of the dump valve’s Discharge. Or perhaps of which’s the styling of which – to these eyes at least – has stuck two fingers up at tasteful along with gleefully gone on to embrace flamboyancy.More likely than any of of which, of which’s the no-prisoners performance served up by the 452bhp, 398lb ft 2.0-litre turbocharged motor.Regardless of the specifics, the Renntech Mercedes A45 AMG is usually an oddly addictive thing.For £3599, the Nürburgring-based tuners will take your stock A45 AMG, update its software, turn the turbo boost pressure up by 1.85 to 2.05bar along with deliver you a car of which will do 0-62mph in 3.9sec along with strop right on to a faintly ludicrous 186mph. of which’s much better by 4.6sec along having a limited 155mph from the (hardly faint-hearted) standard A45 AMG, which produces a mere 355bhp along with 332lb ft.Naturally, Renntech will upgrade the chassis along with brakes, too. For £2050 including fitting, you get a set of Pagid brake pads along with Bilstein coilovers (tuned along with set up by Renntech) from the softer of two available set-ups, catchily titled the ‘Fast Road B16’ package. Opting for the firmer Clubsport set-up, as fitted to our test car, will cost a further £1626. Finally, our car also came with Renntech’s sports exhaust downpipe along with catalytic converter, at £1935.You can opt out of the carbonfibre bonnet along with garish decals if you wish, along with the £6000 19in forged alloys of which our car sits on are also probably an unwise expenditure.
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