Taking the top off but taking nothing from performance is the AMG GT Roadster’s game, and it plays that game like a pro. The new cars will be powered by a 469-horsepower twin-turbocharged 4.0-liter V8 that’s good for a 3.9-second 0-60 mph time.
AMG has updated the 2020 models with new driving mode settings that include comfort, slippery, and Sport/Sport+, as well as an adaptive system that reads road conditions and automatically adjusts things like suspension, steering, and throttle response to deliver the best handling possible.
Standard features will include front and rear cameras, LED lighting all around, a Parktronic system, adaptive brakes, and a driver attention assist system. The 2020 models will be available with some advanced safety technologies, but they’re all optional, including blind-spot monitors and lane keep assist.
Competition can come from all over the spectrum, including anything from a Porsche 911 to a Jaguar F-Type to a Chevy Corvette, and prices for those cars range just as wildly. We don’t have exact pricing details yet, but expect to see it land somewhere north of the $115,900 of the regular GT.