2021 Mercedes-AMG GT price and specs

Mercedes-AMG has a (very) limited run entry model to the GT range, with more power and a blacked-out look. You'd best get saving, though.

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There’s a new entry point to the Mercedes-AMG GT range… but don’t call it entry-level.

Mercedes-AMG has added a new ‘Night Edition’ to the GT range, priced from $294,200 before on-road costs.

It sits below the GT C Coupe in the range, and is priced in line with the Porsche 911 Carrera 4S or Carrera S Cabriolet.

New for 2021 is a more powerful take on Mercedes-AMG’s twin-turbocharged 4.0-litre V8 engine. With 390kW, it’s up 40kW on the car on the previous entry-level model.

Just 15 will be offered in Australia, although the GT C and GT R models carry on.

Pricing

  • 2021 Mercedes-AMG GT Coupe Night Edition: $294,200
  • 2021 Mercedes-AMG GT C Coupe: $341,200
  • 2021 Mercedes-AMG GT C Roadster: $367,400
  • 2021 Mercedes-AMG GT R Coupe: $373,400

All prices exclude on-road costs.

Engines

Power across the 2021 Mercedes-AMG GT range comes from a 4.0-litre twin-turbocharged V8 engine.

In the entry GT Night Edition, it outputs 390kW of power and 670Nm of torque.

Moving to the GT C ups power to 410kW and torque to 680Nm, while the range-topping GT R has 430kW and 700Nm.

All models are rear-wheel drive, and have a seven-speed automatic transmission.

The GT Night Edition hits 100km/h in 3.8 seconds, the GT C does the sprint in 3.7 seconds, and the GT R hits 100km/h in 3.6 seconds.

Fuel Economy

The Mercedes-AMG GT uses a claimed 11.5L/100km on the combined cycle, as does the GT C.

The AMG GT R drops that to 11.4L/100km on the combined cycle.

Dimensions

The Mercedes-AMG GT measures 4551mm long, 1996mm wide and 1261mm tall, with a 2630mm wheelbase.

The GT R is 1284mm tall, but otherwise identical dimensionally. Boot space is 175 litres.

Servicing and Warranty

The Mercedes-AMG GT is backed by a five-year, unlimited-kilometre warranty.

Maintenance is required every 12 months or 20,000km. A prepaid service package for three years will set you back $3750.

Four years is priced at $4300, and five years is $5400.

Safety

The Mercedes-AMG GT hasn’t been crash tested by ANCAP or Euro NCAP.

It has seven airbags, autonomous emergency braking, lane-keeping assist, a surround-view camera, Pre-Safe, and blind-spot monitoring.

Standard Equipment

The Mercedes-AMG GT Night Edition features:

  • 12.3-inch digital instrument cluster
  • AMG Track Pace application
  • 10-speaker Burmester sound system
  • 10.25-inch COMAND infotainment system
  • AMG Interior Night package
  • Piano black trim
  • Power-adjustable steering column
  • Nappa leather seat trim
  • Unique badging
  • 19/20-inch staggered alloy wheels
  • Black exterior details
  • Indoor car cover
  • Heat-insulating tinted windows
  • Carbon fibre roof
  • Black brake calipers

Moving to the GT C adds:

  • Heated and cooled seats
  • Silver/chrome interior trim
  • Black fabric roof lining
  • Dynamic engine and transmission mounts
  • Rear-axle steering
  • Red brake calipers
  • Panoramic sunroof (coupe)

The GT R features:

  • AMG Interior Night package
  • Nappa leather and Alcantara seat trim
  • Seat heating
  • Carbon fibre roof
  • Fixed rear wing
  • Yellow brake calipers

MORE: Mercedes-AMG GT news and reviews


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