2020 Mercedes-AMG GT R in grey with green stripe

The 2020 Mercedes‑AMG GT series

Raw performance, fueled by adrenaline.

Faster, stronger, and more visceral than ever.

The Mercedes-AMG GT series, including the new Mercedes-AMG GT R PRO.

  • Interior shot of the 2020 Mercedes-AMG GT series

Conquer the blacktop with the newly updated Mercedes-AMG GT series, featuring the new limited-edition GT R PRO.

The lineup’s top athletes take power and performance to new heights and greater speeds, delivering the unparalleled rush of track-bred driving.

Born of the AMG tradition of handcrafted precision, these beasts unleash a visceral growl from their AMG 4.0L V8 biturbo engines. With a new digital display and instrument cluster adapted from the GT 4-Door Coupe — along with exterior improvements from front to rear — a family connection is firmly in place.

Step in and dial it up with AMG DYNAMICS. This remarkable feature expands the functions of ESP® (electronic stability program) and — using sensors — actually calculates the vehicle’s response to road conditions, delivering high cornering dynamics, optimal traction and maximum stability. Grip more than just the road with sporty design of the new AMG Performance steering wheel. Available in a range of trim options, this deeply contoured rim provides intuitive operation on the track or the streets.

Meanwhile, the AMG GT R PRO takes your driving experience even closer to motor racing. Developed with influence from the GT3 and GT4, its further improved driving dynamics can be tailored to the racetrack, while refinements to its suspension and construction deliver advanced control. In November 2018, this competitive sports car completed a circuit of the Nürburgring North Loop in exactly 7.04.632 minutes. Precisely.

Engine shot

Key Highlights

  • 4.0L AMG V8 biturbo engines
  • 469 hp and 465 lb-ft of torque (GT)[3]
  • 550 hp and 502 lb-ft of torque (GT C)[3]
  • 577 hp and 516 lb-ft of torque (GT R and GT R PRO)[3]
  • 7-speed AMG SPEEDSHIFT DCT dual-clutch transaxle
  • Top speed of 189 mph (GT Coupe) (electronically limited)[3]
  • Top speed of 196 mph (GT C Coupe) (electronically limited)[3]
  • Top speed of 198 mph (GT and GT R PRO) (electronically limited)[3]
  • New AMG Performance steering wheel
  • Accelerates from zero to 60 mph in 3.9 seconds (GT) (est.)
  • Accelerates from zero to 60 mph in 3.6 seconds (GT C) (est.)
  • Accelerates from zero to 60 mph 3.5 seconds (GT R and GT R PRO) (est.)
Exterior shot of the 2020 Mercedes-AMG GT series

Driving Technology

  • DYNAMIC SELECT drive modes: Slippery, Comfort, Sport, Sport Plus and Individual, with additional Race mode available on the GT C, GT R and GT R PRO
  • Active Brake Assist, ATTENTION ASSIST®, Electronic Stability Program (ESP®), Brake Assist®, front and rearview cameras, heated, power-folding side mirrors with logo projectors, SmartKey, LED Daytime Running Lamps and taillamps, PARKTRONIC, eight airbags, adaptive braking technology
  • Optional Driving Assistance features: DISTRONIC® PLUS, Blind Spot Assist (standard on GT C), Lane Keeping Assist (standard on GT C)
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