For the Coupe model, expect to pay just over £104,000 for the GT version, around £117,500 for the GT S, around £133,000 for the GT C, around £149,000 for the GT R and around £186,000 for the even more focused GT R PRO (which only comes as a coupe). The asking figures put this Mercedes up against cars like the Aston Martin Vantage and the Audi R8. The open-topped Roadster bodystyle is offered with the base GT model's 476hp engine for around £114,000, or you can have a 522hp GT S version of it for around £127,000. The 557hp GT C Roadster variant costs just over £144,000. And the GT R is around £179,000.
Whichever variant you choose, you'll find that the interior's beautifully finished, with aluminium shift paddles, silver chrome trim elements and sports seats in ARTICO material. A free-standing 7-inch central display is located centrally above the four ventilation outlets. The driver operates the seat heating, PARKTRONIC, the hazard warning lights and, depending on the equipment, the extendable rear aerofoil using the buttons in the top control panel in the roof frame. The GT S also gets an instrument cluster with a 224mph speedometer scale and red colour highlights, plus a performance steering wheel in black nappa leather and DINAMICA microfibre, an AMG emblem embossed in the centre armrest and upholstery in ARTICO and DINAMICA microfibre. As an option, the silver chrome trim can be swapped out for carbon fibre, matte silver fibreglass or black diamond. AMG GT buyers can further boost performance of their car through the fitment of optional carbon-ceramic brakes and Michelin Pilot Sport Cup 2 tyres.