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2018 Mercedes-Benz AMG GT C Roadster

Description

Key Points: AMG Dynamic Plus Package, AMG Exterior Night Package, AMG Performance Exhaust.

The Mercedes-AMG GT was introduced in September 2014, and officially unveiled to the public in October 2014 at the Paris Motor Show. While not directly replacing the SLS AMG, it is the second sports car developed entirely in-house by Mercedes-AMG. 

The GT's exterior design was kept similar to that of the preceding SLS AMG, with wide wheel arches, low-slung bodywork and a fastback-style sloping roofline, but using conventional forward-opening doors instead of the iconic gullwing style pioneered by the 300 SL in the 1950s.

The Mercedes-AMG family was given a facelift in 2017, along with the introduction of the GT C roadster variant. The key improvements made as part of the facelift include the inclusion of the 'Panamericana' grille from the GT3, GT4 and GT R variants as standard equipment for all models.

Under the bonnet is a ​​4.0-litre M178 twin-turbocharged V8, driving the rear wheels through a seven-speed AMG SPEEDSHIFT dual-clutch transmission.

The GT C is a performance-oriented variant of the Mercedes-AMG GT, tuned to produce 550 hp and 502 lb ft of torque. While the GT C retains the key mechanical differences the GT S gains over the GT, it also has a wider body and active rear steering, which is not offered on the GT S.

The GT C roadster is the convertible version of the GT C, which made its debut at the 2016 Paris Motor Show. The GT C roadster utilises the active air management system found on the GT R to help with cooling and airflow performance, and retains the wider bodywork of the GT C coupé. It features a three-layer fabric roof built around an aluminium, magnesium and steel structure, available in black, red or beige, and which can open and close in 11 seconds at speeds of up to 31 mph. 

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Key Points: AMG Dynamic Plus Package, AMG Exterior Night Package, AMG Performance Exhaust.

The Mercedes-AMG GT was introduced in September 2014, and officially unveiled to the public in October 2014 at the Paris Motor Show. While not directly replacing the SLS AMG, it is the second sports car developed entirely in-house by Mercedes-AMG. 

The GT's exterior design was kept similar to that of the preceding SLS AMG, with wide wheel arches, low-slung bodywork and a fastback-style sloping roofline, but using conventional forward-opening doors instead of the iconic gullwing style pioneered by the 300 SL in the 1950s.

The Mercedes-AMG family was given a facelift in 2017, along with the introduction of the GT C roadster variant. The key improvements made as part of the facelift include the inclusion of the 'Panamericana' grille from the GT3, GT4 and GT R variants as standard equipment for all models.

Under the bonnet is a ​​4.0-litre M178 twin-turbocharged V8, driving the rear wheels through a seven-speed AMG SPEEDSHIFT dual-clutch transmission.

The GT C is a performance-oriented variant of the Mercedes-AMG GT, tuned to produce 550 hp and 502 lb ft of torque. While the GT C retains the key mechanical differences the GT S gains over the GT, it also has a wider body and active rear steering, which is not offered on the GT S.

The GT C roadster is the convertible version of the GT C, which made its debut at the 2016 Paris Motor Show. The GT C roadster utilises the active air management system found on the GT R to help with cooling and airflow performance, and retains the wider bodywork of the GT C coupé. It features a three-layer fabric roof built around an aluminium, magnesium and steel structure, available in black, red or beige, and which can open and close in 11 seconds at speeds of up to 31 mph. 

Year
2018
Mileage
12,607 mi
Exterior Colour
Selenite Grey
Interior Colour
Black
Trim
Leather
Driver Position
RHD
Price
£79,995

Options

  • 19"/20" AMG Forged Cross Spoke Alloys
  • Wheels Painted in Satin Black
  • Selenite Grey Metallic Exterior Paint
  • Burmester Surround Sound System
  • AMG Exterior Night Package
  • AMG Dynamic Plus Package
  • AMG Door Sills in Brushed Stainless Steel
  • AMG Brake Calipers in Red
  • AMG Performance Exhaust
  • AMG Ride Control Sports Suspension
  • Electrically Folding Exterior Mirrors
  • Soft Top Roof in Black Fabric
  • Traffic Sign Assist
  • Adaptive High Beam Assist
  • Rear-Axle Steering
  • Reversing Camera
  • Parktronic
  • Airscarf in Headrests
  • Heated Seats
  • AMG Performance Media
  • Active Brake Assist
  • Piano Black AMG Interior Trim
  • AMG Performance Steering Wheel in Black Nappa Leather
  • Keyless-Go Package
  • Mirror Package
  • Memory Package