Mercedes-AMG GT 2020 Review | ( Pricing, Specs, Review )

Mercedes-AMG GT

Mercedes-AMG GT 2020

Mercedes-AMG GT 2020 Review: Alright in today’s post I am going to show you the full review of the 2020 Mercedes-AMG GT.

Overview

The Mercedes-AMG GT, GT C, and GT R  are the three models that further divide into subcategories. It offers a total of 7 models. All of them are powered by a 4.0-liter V-8 engine and a dual-clutch seven-speed automatic transmission. The engine is placed in the front of the car and the car is rear-wheel-drive.

Mercedes-AMG updated the interior and exterior of its GT and GT R models for 2020. On the exterior, there are new LED head- and taillights, a newly redesigned rear diffuser, new model-specific exhaust tips, new wheels, and a new Design color, Brilliant Blue Magno. Inside, a fully digital 12.3-inch instrument-cluster display has been added along with a new 10.3-inch infotainment-center display. The center console has been redesigned with display buttons and an additional touchpad infotainment interface. The new steering wheel features AMG Drive Unit controls, and Apple CarPlay/Android Auto integration is now standard. There’s also a new AMG Track Pace virtual race engineer COMAND application.

Mercedes-AMG GT 2020 Review | Pricing, Specs, Review

2020 Mercedes-AMG GT
2020 Mercedes-AMG GT Review

Mercedes-AMG GT 2020 Performance

Each and every car of the 2020 AMG GT lineup offers a 4.0-liter V-8 engine, carbon-fiber driveshaft, and a dual-clutch seven-speed automatic gearbox. The engine has a tremendous force because of the dry-sump oiling, direct injection, and two turbochargers. The AMG GT offers 469 horsepower in the GT models, 550 horsepower in the GT C models, and 577 horsepower in the GT R models. The GT R Pro also gets an aerodynamics package that increases downforce by 220 pounds at 155 mph adding grip and racetrack performance of the car.

Mercedes-AMG GT 2020 Models

The AMG GT is offered in six different models and every model is powered by a 4.0-liter V-8. Every model also gets a carbon-fiber driveshaft and a dual-clutch seven-speed automatic transaxle, which improves balance and handling. The models of the 2020 AMG GT are:

  • GT coupe
  • GT Roadster
  • GT C coupe
  • GT C Roadster
  • GT R coupe
  • GT R roadster
  • GT R Pro coupe

Mercedes-AMG GT 2020 Interior

With the updated interior the AMG GT 2020 lineup looks very luxurious and sporty from inside. There’s not very much room inside the car but the driver’s position is perfect and the seat comfort is okayish.  The new 12.3-inch digital gauge cluster looks just perfect and adds a very classy vibe to the interior. The GT lineup also offers an all-new 10.3-inch infotainment screen in the center of the dashboard. There is a 10.1 cubic feet cargo space offered by Mercedes in the AMG GT lineup.

The 10.3-inch infotainment screen is not a touchscreen, it is controlled by a large knob on the center console. Navigation is standard along with Bluetooth audio, two USB ports, a six-month SiriusXM satellite radio subscription, and Apple CarPlay/Android Auto capability. Onboard Wi-Fi is available.

Mercedes-AMG GT Interior
Mercedes-AMG GT Interior

Fuel Efficiency

There’s no doubt that the AMG GT is not very fuel-efficient due to its performance. But it is not as bad as you might expect. The GT models offer 16 miles-per-gallon in the city and 22 miles-per-gallon on the highway, the GT C models offer 15 miles-per-gallon in the city and 21 miles-per-gallon on the highway, and the GT R models offer 15 miles-per-gallon in the city and 20 miles-per-gallon on the highway.

Safety & Driver Assistance

Even with a price tag this high, the AMG GT lineup does not have as many driver-assistance techs as you might expect. Mercedes offer front and rear cameras, automatic high-beams, parking sensors, and standard Mercedes-Benz’s Pre-Safe collision-avoidance system. Blind-spot assist and lane-keeping assist are optional on the GT but come standard on the GT C. Adaptive cruise control is offered on both models.

Additional Features

Some of the additional features of the AMG GT include a new set of LED head- and taillights, a new rear diffuser, new model-specific exhaust tips, new wheels, and a new Design color, Brilliant Blue Magno. Inside, a standard fully digital 12.3-inch instrument-cluster display has been added along with a new 10.3-inch multimedia-center display. The center console has been designed with display buttons and an additional touchpad infotainment interface. The new steering wheel features AMG Drive Unit controls, and Apple CarPlay/Android Auto integration is now standard. There’s also a new AMG Track Pace virtual race engineer COMAND application, so you can monitor your lap times.

The GT C models get larger wheels and tires, an adjustable suspension, rear-wheel steering, composite brakes, and a considerable increase in power and handling. Mercedes will only build 750 GT R roadsters and 150 GT R Pros.

Mercedes-AMG GT 2020
Mercedes-AMG GT 2020 rear

Pricing

Mercedes AMG GT 2020 is offered in six different models and every model is powered by a 4.0-liter V-8. Every model also gets a carbon-fiber driveshaft and a dual-clutch seven-speed automatic transaxle, which improves balance and handling.

Some of the additional features of the AMG GT include a new set of LED head- and taillights, a new rear diffuser, new model-specific exhaust tips, new wheels, and a new Design color, Brilliant Blue Magno. Inside, a standard fully digital 12.3-inch instrument-cluster display has been added along with a new 10.3-inch multimedia-center display. The center console has been designed with display buttons and an additional touchpad infotainment interface. The new steering wheel features AMG Drive Unit controls, and Apple CarPlay/Android Auto integration is now standard. There’s also a new AMG Track Pace virtual race engineer COMAND application, so you can monitor your lap times.

The GT C models get larger wheels and tires, an adjustable suspension, rear-wheel steering, composite brakes, and a considerable increase in power and handling. Mercedes will only build 750 GT R roadsters and 150 GT R Pros. The price tags of all the variants are:

  • GT coupe: $116,895
  • GT roadster: $128,895
  • GT C coupe: $151,895
  • GT C roadster: $163,395
  • GT R coupe: $163,895
  • GT R roadster: $190,745
  • GT R Pro coupe: $200,645

Conclusion

The Mercedes-AMG GT, GT C, and GT R  are the three models that further divide into subcategories. It offers a total of 7 models. All of them are powered by a 4.0-liter V-8 engine and a dual-clutch seven-speed automatic transmission. The engine is placed in the front of the car and the car is rear-wheel-drive.

Each and every car of the 2020 AMG GT lineup offers a 4.0-liter V-8 engine, carbon-fiber driveshaft, and a dual-clutch seven-speed automatic gearbox. The engine has a tremendous force because of the dry-sump oiling, direct injection, and two turbochargers. The AMG GT is offered in six different models and every model is powered by a 4.0-liter V-8. Every model also gets a carbon-fiber driveshaft and a dual-clutch seven-speed automatic transaxle, which improves balance and handling.

With the updated interior the AMG GT lineup looks very luxurious and sporty from inside. There’s not very much room inside the car but the driver’s position is perfect and the seat comfort is okayish.  The new 12.3-inch digital gauge cluster looks just perfect and adds a very classy vibe to the interior. The GT lineup also offers an all-new 10.3-inch infotainment screen in the center of the dashboard. There is a 10.1 cubic feet cargo space offered by Mercedes in the AMG GT lineup.

Some of the additional features of the AMG GT include a new set of LED head- and taillights, a new rear diffuser, new model-specific exhaust tips, new wheels, and a new Design color, Brilliant Blue Magno. Inside, a standard fully digital 12.3-inch instrument-cluster display has been added along with a new 10.3-inch multimedia-center display. The center console has been designed with display buttons and an additional touchpad infotainment interface. The new steering wheel features AMG Drive Unit controls, and Apple CarPlay/Android Auto integration is now standard. There’s also a new AMG Track Pace virtual race engineer COMAND application, so you can monitor your lap times.

The GT C models get larger wheels and tires, an adjustable suspension, rear-wheel steering, composite brakes, and a considerable increase in power and handling. Mercedes will only build 750 GT R roadsters and 150 GT R Pros.

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