Mercedes-AMG GT.

Handcrafted by racers.

Vehicle design


The Mercedes-AMG GT is an incomparable racing icon.

Ambitious right from a standing start. Enthralling in every detail. Anyone dreaming of a genuine driving machine will instantly recognise that this is the only way it can look.

Vehicle design


The Mercedes-AMG GT is an incomparable racing icon.

Ambitious right from a standing start. Enthralling in every detail. Anyone dreaming of a genuine driving machine will instantly recognise that this is the only way it can look.

The side front view shows a yellow Mercedes-AMG GT at full speed.
The side front view shows a yellow Mercedes-AMG GT at full speed.

An athletic front-end.

Way ahead: the front-end design of the Mercedes-AMG GT. A number of elements taken straight from motorsport combine to make a dynamic statement. The very long, low-slung bonnet points the way ahead.

The AMG-specific radiator trim highlights the sporty character. The new design of the LED High Performance headlamps and in particular the new daytime running lamp design make the front end of the Mercedes-AMG GT even more striking than prior to the facelift.

The photo shows a side rear view of a yellow Mercedes-AMG GT at full speed.

Muscular rear end.

The classic fastback design boasts LED tail lamps with darkened elements on the inside. The new rear diffuser design featuring two twin trapezoidal tailpipe trims in high-gloss chrome underscores the vehicle's dynamic character.

The photo shows a side view of a yellow Mercedes-AMG GT at full speed.

Dynamic silhouette.

The dynamic profile indicates relentless forward thrust. The striking new side skirt design with more pronounced contours and additional trim elements flows into powerful shoulders.

The photo shows the cockpit of the Mercedes-AMG GT.

Sporty cockpit.

The cockpit boasts a high-tech setting: a user interface concept featuring fully digital instruments and a 10.2-inch display. Centre-stage is the new centre console with innovative display switches.

The AMG Performance steering wheel in nappa leather with AMG steering wheel buttons ensures a firm grip on proceedings. Materials worked to exquisite standards of craftsmanship bestow a hand-made quality on the vehicle interior.

The image shows a view of the interior and the AMG Performance seats in the Mercedes-AMG GT.

Exclusive interior.

Positioned for the ultimate in sporty performance, the optional AMG Performance seats provide the essential basis for fully assured handling.

The strongly contoured seat shape with integral head restraints and AMG badge combines ideal lateral support when adopting a sporty driving style with a particularly dynamic appearance. Following the facelift, they are now available in an additional upholstery variant.

Models


Find out more about the thrilling Mercedes-AMG GT models.

Models


Find out more about the thrilling Mercedes-AMG GT models.

The photo shows a side front view of the Mercedes-AMG GT R.

Mercedes-AMG GT R with AMG green hell magno paintwork.

The photo shows a side front view of the Mercedes-AMG GT C.

Mercedes-AMG GT C with designo brilliant blue magno paint finish.

The photo shows a side front view of the Mercedes-AMG GT S.

Mercedes-AMG GT S with carbon-fibre applications and AMG solar beam paintwork.

The photo shows a side front view of the Mercedes-AMG GT.

Mercedes-AMG GT with jupiter red paint finish.

  • Mercedes-AMG GT R

    Mercedes-AMG GT R.

    Mercedes-AMG GT R.

    The Beast of the Green Hell. The Mercedes-AMG GT R demonstrates AMG's expertise in both development and racing and further expands the limits of dynamic performance – as a result AMG's DNA is even more clearly discernible. Thanks to a direct transfer of know-how from motorsport, the Mercedes-AMG GT R has a thrilling top speed of 318 km/h and accelerates from 0 to 100 km/h in 3.6 seconds.

    The photo shows the rear view of the Mercedes-AMG GT R in an urban setting.

    The photo shows a Mercedes-AMG GT R from the front as it is being driven through the city.
    The photo shows a detailed view of an AMG Performance forged wheel on the Mercedes-AMG GT R.
    The photo shows the long bonnet of the Mercedes-AMG GT R.

    430 kW<p>Figures for rated output and rated torque pursuant to Regulation (EC) No. 715/2007 in the currently applicable version.</p>

    rated output (585 hp).

    Up to

    700 Nm

    torque

    Mercedes-AMG GT R: combined fuel consumption: XX.X l/100 km; combined CO2 emissions: XXX g/km<p>The stated figures were obtained in accordance with the prescribed measuring process. They constitute the "NEDC CO2 figures" pursuant to Article Art. 2, No. 1 of Implementing Regulation (EU) 2017/1153. Fuel consumption values have been calculated on this basis. Electrical consumption has been determined on the basis of Regulation 692/2008/EC.</p>

  • Mercedes-AMG GT C

    Mercedes-AMG GT C.

    Mercedes-AMG GT C.

    Powerful looks and timeless elegance: the Mercedes-AMG GT C is all ready to go with a muscular rear end, wide track and large wheels. This dynamic symbiosis of refined driving dynamics and thoroughbred motorsport attributes is not only an impressive sight to behold. Thanks to specific AMG components, the Mercedes-AMG GT C attains a top speed of 317 km/h and accelerates from 0 to 100 km/h in a sensational 3.7 seconds.

    410 kW<p>Figures for rated output and rated torque pursuant to Regulation (EC) No. 715/2007 in the currently applicable version.</p>

    rated output (557 hp).

    Up to

    680 Nm

    torque

    The photo shows the dynamic profile of the Mercedes-AMG GT C.
    The photo shows a rear side view of the Mercedes-AMG GT C.
    The photo shows a front side view of the Mercedes-AMG GT C.

    Mercedes-AMG GT C: combined fuel consumption: XX.X l/100 km; combined CO2 emissions: XXX g/km<p>The stated figures were obtained in accordance with the prescribed measuring process. They constitute the "NEDC CO2 figures" pursuant to Article Art. 2, No. 1 of Implementing Regulation (EU) 2017/1153. Fuel consumption values have been calculated on this basis. Electrical consumption has been determined on the basis of Regulation 692/2008/EC.</p>

  • Mercedes-AMG GT S

    Mercedes-AMG GT S.

    Mercedes-AMG GT S.

    Trailblazing athleticism: with a top speed of 310 km/h and accelerating from 0 to 100 km/h in 3.8 seconds, the Mercedes-AMG GT S leaves practically everyone else behind. There are three setting levels for the AMG RIDE CONTROL sports suspension ranging from comfort-oriented to sportily firm. Other highlights include the electronic AMG limited-slip rear-axle differential and the additional RACE drive program which readies the vehicle systems for use on the racetrack.

    The photo shows the rear end of the Mercedes-AMG GT S.
    The photo shows a side front view of the Mercedes-AMG GT S.
    The photo shows the dynamic silhouette of the Mercedes-AMG GT S.

    384 kW<p>Figures for rated output and rated torque pursuant to Regulation (EC) No. 715/2007 in the currently applicable version.</p>

    rated output (522 hp).

    Up to

    670 Nm

    torque

    Mercedes-AMG GT S: combined fuel consumption: XX.X l/100 km; combined CO2 emissions: XXX g/km<p>The stated figures were obtained in accordance with the prescribed measuring process. They constitute the "NEDC CO2 figures" pursuant to Article Art. 2, No. 1 of Implementing Regulation (EU) 2017/1153. Fuel consumption values have been calculated on this basis. Electrical consumption has been determined on the basis of Regulation 692/2008/EC.</p>

  • Mercedes-AMG GT

    Mercedes-AMG GT.

    Mercedes-AMG GT.

    The Mercedes-AMG GT combines the fascinating qualities of an authentic sports car with technology leadership in this specific segment and a high level of everyday practicality. With a top speed of 304 km/h and accelerating from 0 to 100 km/h in 4.0 seconds, the Mercedes-AMG GT is the perfect match for those who enjoy a sporty lifestyle. It expresses the very essence of the AMG performance brand.

    350 kW<p>Figures for rated output and rated torque pursuant to Regulation (EC) No. 715/2007 in the currently applicable version.</p>

    rated output (476 hp).

    Up to

    630 Nm

    torque

    The photo shows the rear end of the Mercedes-AMG GT.
    The photo shows the dynamic silhouette of the Mercedes-AMG GT.
    The photo shows the front end of the Mercedes-AMG GT.

    Mercedes-AMG GT: combined fuel consumption: XX.X l/100 km; combined CO2 emissions: XXX g/km<p>The stated figures were obtained in accordance with the prescribed measuring process. They constitute the "NEDC CO2 figures" pursuant to Article Art. 2, No. 1 of Implementing Regulation (EU) 2017/1153. Fuel consumption values have been calculated on this basis. Electrical consumption has been determined on the basis of Regulation 692/2008/EC.</p>

Mercedes-AMG GT R


The real deal for real racers.

Mercedes-AMG GT R


The real deal for real racers.

The photo shows a racing driver at the wheel of the Mercedes-AMG GT R, on the racetrack.

The photo shows a detailed view of the rotary knob for the Mercedes-AMG GT R's manual traction control.

The Beast of the Green Hell.

Created on the Nordschleife.

The photo shows an AMG sports bucket seat and an AMG Performance seat from the Mercedes-AMG GT R.

Mercedes-AMG GT R: combined fuel consumption: XX.X l/100 km; combined CO2 emissions: XXX g/km<p>The stated figures were obtained in accordance with the prescribed measuring process. They constitute the "NEDC CO2 figures" pursuant to Article Art. 2, No. 1 of Implementing Regulation (EU) 2017/1153. Fuel consumption values have been calculated on this basis. Electrical consumption has been determined on the basis of Regulation 692/2008/EC.</p>

Handling characteristics


Inspired by the racetrack.

The Mercedes-AMG GT's excellent performance comes courtesy of a vehicle architecture oriented around delivering output.

Handling characteristics


Inspired by the racetrack.

The Mercedes-AMG GT's excellent performance comes courtesy of a vehicle architecture oriented around delivering output.

AMG 4.0-litre twin turbo V8 engine

Located in the central section of the vehicle, the front mid-engine has a dry weight of just 209 kg. It is installed low down within the aluminium spaceframe for a low centre of gravity.

The rear-wheel-drive transaxle configuration for the front mid-engine and the dual clutch transmission located at the rear result in an ideal weight distribution – for perfect balance. With dry sump lubrication, the major assembly also ensures optimum oil supply even under powerful lateral acceleration.

Torque tube

The front mid-engine forms a fixed unit with the dual-clutch transmission. The components are connected by a flexurally and torsionally rigid torque tube.

Inside there is an extremely lightweight, torsionally stiff drive shaft made of carbon fibre. It transmits the output of the 4.0-litre V8 biturbo engine to the AMG SPEEDSHIFT DCT 7G, which ultimately transforms the power into acceleration. Inconceivably fast and breathtaking.

AMG RIDE CONTROL sports suspension

The AMG RIDE CONTROL sports suspension with adaptive damping – which is part of the standard equipment for the Mercedes-AMG GT S – is a combination of bold performance and first-rate refinement.

When combined with a double wishbone concept it enables racetrack performance featuring excellent lateral dynamics and driving stability at high speeds. It adjusts the damping characteristics at each individual wheel to the driving style and condition of the road.

AMG SPEEDSHIFT DCT 7G

The AMG SPEEDSHIFT DCT 7-speed sports transmission boasts lightning gear-changing, emotional double declutching and racing-standard performance: the sportier the mode, the more agile the response.

Only minor engine speed changes from gear to gear allow adaptations to the transmission ratio and fast gearshifts without interrupting the tractive power. Seven gears, three driving programs, a manual mode, double-declutching and the RACE START function provide exhilarating dynamic acceleration manoeuvres.

AMG high-performance composite brake system

The AMG high-performance composite braking system offers excellent deceleration values and precision braking with its internally vented and cross-drilled brake discs.

Benefits of the optional AMG ceramic high-performance composite braking system: it saves on weight, has a longer service life and even better stability.

Optimal weight distribution.

The image shows the Mercedes-AMG GT R.

Optimal weight distribution.

Due to its front-mid engine and AMG SPEEDSHIFT DCT 7G with transaxle configuration, the Mercedes-AMG GT achieves an optimal weight distribution of 47% to 53% between the front and rear axle. Combined with a low vehicle centre of gravity, this ensures exceptionally agile handling and high cornering speeds. Ultimately, races are won in the curves.


Find out more about the Mercedes-AMG GT's vehicle dynamics.

The Mercedes-AMG GT's spaceframe takes innovations from motorsport to the road. The intelligent mix of materials makes for an exceptionally lightweight body in white.


Find out more about the Mercedes-AMG GT's vehicle dynamics.

The Mercedes-AMG GT's spaceframe takes innovations from motorsport to the road. The intelligent mix of materials makes for an exceptionally lightweight body in white.

Spaceframe


From spaceframe to raceframe.

Its innovative architecture makes the Mercedes-AMG GT's spaceframe incredibly light.

Spaceframe


From spaceframe to raceframe.

Its innovative architecture makes the Mercedes-AMG GT's spaceframe incredibly light.

The photo shows the Mercedes-AMG GT's spaceframe from the side.

Carbon-fibre. Aluminium. Magnesium. Steel.

Carbon-fibre. Aluminium. Magnesium. Steel.

These are the ingredients of the Mercedes-AMG GT's body in white. The spaceframe consists largely of aluminium and weighs only 231 kilograms. An innovative architecture which is light, robust and extremely rigid in one. That is a prerequisite for the best possible lateral and longitudinal dynamics and maximum steering precision. The extremely lightweight front module is made of magnesium, reduces the inertia forward of the front axle and thus optimises the sports car's agility.

  • Weight: 231 kilograms

  • Lightweight, strong and extremely rigid

  • Maximum steering precision

  • Optimised agility

Photos and films


The gallery of Mercedes-AMG GT models.

Photos and films


The gallery of Mercedes-AMG GT models.

The photo is a snapshot of the Mercedes-AMG GT C at full speed.
The photo shows a yellow Mercedes-AMG GT S on the road from the rear.
The photo shows the imposing front-end of a green Mercedes-AMG GT R on the racetrack.
The photo is a snapshot showing a side front view of a yellow Mercedes-AMG GT S.
The photo is a snapshot of the Mercedes-AMG GT C at full speed, as viewed from the side at the rear.
The photo shows a side view of a silver Mercedes-AMG GT against an urban skyline.
The photo shows a side profile of a yellow Mercedes-AMG GT S at full speed.
The photo shows a bird's-eye view of a green Mercedes-AMG GT R from the front as it speeds along a road.
The photo is a close-up of a forged wheel on the green Mercedes-AMG GT R.
The photo shows a silver Mercedes-AMG GT as it is being driven through a city at speed.