The increased output of the Mercedes-AMG GT C opens up a new level of performance below the Mercedes-AMG GT R. From this top-of-the-line model, the vehicle has adopted the athletic rear-end shoulders as well as high-calibre technology features. The Mercedes-AMG GT C is thus aimed even more at those wishing to drive at the limit. Overall, the Mercedes-AMG GT C presents itself as a dream car and the most intense way to drive a sports car, delivering an even more immediate feel of the fascinating DNA that defines the Mercedes-AMG GT.

The Exterior.

Classic sports car proportions also make the Mercedes-AMG GT C an extremely alluring spectacle. From the expressive AMG Panamericana grille through the long, muscular bonnet to the wide rear end, the two-seater exudes all the promise of a pure sports car experience even while still stationary.

The Interior.

The interior design continues the special design idiom of the exterior. The accentuated wide look of the dashboard has the appearance of a powerful wing. The high beltlines, the concave door panelling, the dynamically rising, V8-styled centre console and the low seating position help integrate the driver perfectly into the cockpit. The outstanding quality of materials is another defining feature of the Mercedes-AMG GT C. The look and feel exude a hand-crafted character. The high-quality standard equipment positions the Mercedes-AMG GT C as the sporty top-of-the-range model.


The Mercedes-AMG GT C is a high-performance sports car featuring fascinating technology. The basis for its sophisticated lightweight design is provided by the aluminium spaceframe body. Another highlight is the boot lid consisting of ultra-light SMC plastic (Sheet Moulding Compound) and steel reinforcement underneath. The Mercedes-AMG GT C also incorporates a lithium-ion battery, saving approx. 10 kilograms in weight compared with a conventional starter battery.