2019 Mercedes-Benz AMG GT. The roofectomy works well, because the AMG GT was designed from the outset to be a roadster. The compact, muscular rear end works well with the long hood and the low profile. This is a sports car that evokes classic roadsters of the 1950s and ’60s. The launching of 2019 Mercedes-Benz AMG GT C Coupe would stir a lot of attention since this car would move the boundaries of modern cars which have the touch of tradition.
The car would be perfect in all terms and aspects. The only potential problem may be its price. It’s kind of no-brainer, adding a convertible version of the Mercedes AMG GT. Its predecessor, the SLS, was offered as a roadster, and Mercedes-Benz has a long tradition of open sports cars. Indeed, an AMG GT roadster was ready for production some time ago. Part of what has kept the company from launching it earlier was concern that it would hurt sales of the Mercedes-Benz SL. Maybe it will. But now it’s here: Meet the AMG GT roadster and its wilder derivative, the AMG GT C roadster.
Since we are talking about the coupe, we should just underline the fact that the car would have only two seats for two passengers. The seats of 2019 Mercedes-Benz AMG GT C Coupe would be made from the most quality leather which would provide the utmost comfort. The car would have a lot of leg room and head space, the perfect thing for any type of driving. The car would also have a moveable roof in addition to two doors, naturally, since this is a coupe version. Headlights and tail lights are perfectly lined with the overall exterior design of this car. Safety options of 2019 Mercedes-Benz AMG GT Coupe would be numerous, and this would further increase the reliability of the drive of this car. Apart from this, there would be a lot of modern technologies.
The 2019 Mercedes-Benz AMG GT roadster comes in two versions: There’s a standard GT, rated at 469 horsepower and 465 lb-ft of torque; it charges from zero to 60 mph in a claimed 3.9 seconds and tops out at a governed 188 mph; above that, AMG is launching a new power and equipment level, the GT C, which sits above the GT S but below the GT R versions of the coupe. (Mercedes is mum on the subject of a GT C hardtop.) The GT C roadster makes 550 horsepower and 502 lb-ft of torque, it’s said to hit 60 mph in 3.7 seconds, and the governor is reprogrammed to 196 mph.
We suspect AMG wants to save the 200-plus-mph software for a Black Series version, which is sure to hit showrooms eventually. All 2019 Mercedes-Benz AMG GT models are powered by the same twin-turbocharged 4.0-liter V-8, internally code-named M178. The roadster sits atop the same chassis that forms the basis of the remarkably capable AMG GT coupe. The GT C further adds to its capabilities by fitting a number of enhancements that surpass even the GT S coupe, because they’re taken from the GT R. They include rear-wheel steering, which turns the rear wheels in the opposite direction of the front wheels at lower speeds, and in the same direction at 62 mph and above, to enhance agility and high-speed stability.
The GT C roadster also comes with an electronically controlled limited-slip differential, whereas the regular GT roadster lacks that feature. The gearing of the GT C’s seven-speed dual-clutch automatic is revised, and the drive mode selector offers an additional Race mode. A lithium-ion battery saves valuable pounds. And perhaps most obviously, the AMG GT C roadster is wider by a whopping 2.3 inches. The wider rear track enables cornering-enhancing wider tires, and it lends a distinct look to this most extreme of AMG roadsters.
The first appearance of 2019 Mercedes-Benz AMG GT C Coupe is yet to happen, and there are some predictions that this would happen during the second half of 2018. After that, the announcement is that the production of this car would begin with the sales starting from the final months of 2018. Since we are talking about the model for which there is not the production, we do not have specific prices for 2019 Mercedes-Benz AMG GT C Coupe. On the other hand, there are some estimates which predict that the base price of this car would be at about $112,000. However, there are some announcements that the most upgraded trim would be priced at about $150,000.