The 2-door coupe and roadster (convertible) versions are back after skipping the 2019 model year, bringing a limited-edition GT R Pro version, with only 150 units earmarked for the United States.
They also arrive with new LED headlights and taillights, as well as a revised rear diffuser, fresh wheel designs and exterior paint choices, new multi-function steering wheel, 12.3-in digital driver information display, new capacitive controls in the center console and Apple CarPlay and Android Auto smartphone integration.
Regarding the 2020 Mercedes-AMG GT 4-Door Coupe, all versions gain the option of a fixed panoramic roof. The GT 53 receives illuminated door sills as standard. The GT 63 now comes with the AMG Performance Exhaust system, and the GT 63 S offers the option of a carbon fiber roof. See the 2020 Mercedes-AMG GT models for sale near you
The 2020 Mercedes-AMG GT comes in Coupe, Roadster and 4-Door Coupe versions. This latter model is a 4-seater with a center console extending to the rear, while the others are 2-seaters.
The 2020 AMG GT Coupe ($116,895) has LED headlights, daytime running lights and taillights, automatic high beams, 19-in alloy wheels, variable-ratio steering, AMG-tuned sport suspension, high-performance brakes, sport exhaust system, mechanical limited-slip differential, active rear spoiler, forward collision mitigation with automatic emergency braking and pedestrian detection, front and rear parking sensors, selectable driving modes, track recorder, 12.3-in digital driver information display, heated sport seats with memory settings, simulated suede and simulated leather upholstery, Nappa leather-covered steering wheel, steering wheel-mounted paddle shifters, dual-zone automatic climate control, 10.25-in infotainment display, navigation with live traffic updates, two USB ports, Apple CarPlay and Android Auto smartphone integration, Bluetooth phone and audio, HD and satellite radio and a lightweight 4-speaker/100-watt audio system.
The AMG GT Roadster ($128,895) adds a power-operated soft top that raises or lowers in around 11 seconds and at speeds of up to 31 miles per hour.
The GT C Coupe ($151,895) gains a Race driving mode, sport-tuned adaptive suspension, rear-wheel steering, electronic locking differential, lithium-ion battery, 19-in alloy wheels up front, 20-in alloy wheels at the back, fade-resistant composite brake discs, blind spot monitoring, lane-keeping assistance, 10-speaker/640-watt Burmester surround-sound system and a steering wheel covered in simulated suede.
The GT C Roadster ($163,395) enjoys the same additions as its fixed-roof counterpart, as well as heated and ventilated seats and the Airscarf feature, which consists of neck-warming air vents set into the seats.
The GT R Coupe ($163,895) receives dynamic engine and transmission mounts, 9-setting traction control, fixed rear spoiler and a carbon fiber roof, but it loses the adaptive suspension, rear-wheel steering, variable-ratio steering, Burmester audio setup, blind spot monitoring and lane-keeping assistance (these all become optional).
The GT R Roadster ($190,745) has the extra features of the R Coupe while retaining the adaptive suspension, rear-wheel steering and variable-ratio steering.
The coupe-only GT R Pro ($200,645) is the most track-focused version, with a manually adjustable suspension, an adjustable carbon fiber front anti-roll bar, carbon-ceramic brakes, exclusive carbon fiber roof and model-specific aerodynamic pieces.
Options include blind spot monitoring, lane-keeping assistance (standard in the GT C), a more extreme aerodynamic package, adaptive cruise control, ventilated seats, Nappa Leather upholstery, panoramic roof, Wi-Fi and a touchpad for the infotainment system.
The AMG GT 4-Door Coupe starts with the GT 53 ($100,945), which has 19-in alloy wheels, keyless entry and ignition, adaptive rear spoiler, adaptive sport suspension, powered tilt/slide sunroof, remote start, sport exhaust system, heated front seats, fixed rear seats with carbon fiber backing, dual 12.3-in displays (one for driver information, the other an infotainment touchscreen), rear window sunshade, powered lift gate, active rear spoiler, mechanical limited-slip rear differential, dynamic cornering assistance (torque vectoring), 6-piston front brake calipers, single-piston rear calipers, composite brake discs, simulated leather and simulated suede upholstery, 64-color ambient LED cabin lighting, blind spot monitoring, partially autonomous parking feature, navigation, HD and satellite radio, Bluetooth phone and audio, three USB ports, wireless charging, voice control and a 14-speaker/640-watt Burmester surround-sound system.
The GT 63 ($141,245) brings the V8 engine, more aerodynamic additions, adaptive air suspension, black Nappa leather upholstery and ventilation for the front seats, power-folding side mirrors, heated windshield washer nozzles, rear-wheel steering and an electronic limited-slip rear differential.
The GT 63 S ($162,195) receives the boost in V8 power, dynamic engine and transmission mounts, Race driving mode and drift mode.
An optional Executive Rear Seat package comes with controls for the climate system. The GT 4-Door Coupe also offers 20-in and 21-in alloy wheels, head-up display, adaptive cruise control, evasive steering, 360-degree camera system, heated windshield, multi-contour front seats, heated front armrests, heated steering wheel, heated and cooled cup holders, soft-closing doors, Wi-Fi, 25-speaker/1,450-watt Burmester audio setup and a cabin fragrance system with a model-specific scent.
It may not matter much, but the coupe's trunk space measures 10.1 cu ft. The Roadster comes with 5.8 cu ft. and the 4-Door Coupe has 12.7 cu ft.
Naturally, all AMG GT models have a full complement of airbags, plus the mandatory safety equipment that includes anti-lock brakes.
The traction control system offers a mode that's calibrated to allow some leeway for the driver to modulate the throttle and apply some steering correction before intervening. This is more suited to track driving.
Convertible versions also have roll bars just behind the seats.
2020 Audi R8 -- This mid-engine supercar comes in coupe and convertible form, has a V10 engine and handles beautifully.
2020 Audi RS 7 -- This sleek-bodied hatchback delivers 591 hp and all the necessary hardware. It's an intriguing alternative to the AMG GT 4-Door Coupe.
2020 BMW 8 Series -- This one offers the same array of body styles as the AMG GT range, including awesome 600-hp M8 variants.
2020 Porsche 911 -- The 911 is the sports car that seems to have been around forever but remains an automotive titan.
2020 Porsche Panamera -- The Panamera is big and heavy, but Porsche's sports-car expertise is undeniably amazing. The 440-hp 4S could rival the GT 53, while the 550-hp Turbo might be an alternative to the GT 63/63 S models.