Before it even arrived at the Polish tuner, the car was given the facelifted treatment. From here, SR66 Design went on to install their widebody kit, which consists of reworked bumpers, a new front apron, rear diffuser, fender flares and rear wing.
All the add-ons were color-coded to match the white paint of the car. But the work didn’t stop here, because the tuner was also responsible with the DTM-inspired foil wrapping. An Armytrix exhaust system was then thrown in, complete with flaps, to enhance the soundtrack produced by the V8 engine.
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SR66 Design installed a sports air suspension, too, which gives the vehicle an even more menacing stance, and a set of 11×20-inch forged rims from Turismo. This necessitated some adjustments in the body kit so that the wheels don’t hit the fenders when the S5 is dropped to the ground.
The good news is that if you favor the looks of this S5 Coupe, then you can reach out to the Polish tuner for a similar design. The bad news is that, despite looking like it could eat BMW M3s and Mercedes-AMG C63s for breakfast, it doesn’t feature any power upgrades.