The AMG GT will be all-new for 2020, sporting a stout twin-turbo 4.0-liter V8 and a host of performance and technology updates. As in other AMG models, the V8 will produce 469 horsepower and 465 pound-feet of torque, good for an AMG-claimed 3.9-second 0-60 mph time and an electronically-limited top speed of 189 mph.
The AMG GT comes with active technology called AMG Dynamics that calculates road conditions and adapts suspension, braking, and steering to deliver the best handling possible.
The new cars will get active braking assist, LED lighting all around, parking assist, driver attention monitors, front and rear cameras, and adaptive braking. Driving controls come in the form of a Dynamic Select drive mode selector that includes settings for comfort, slippery roads, and Sport/Sport+. Advanced safety equipment is sparse and mostly optional, but includes blind-spot monitors, lane keep assist and more.
Buyers may consider a Porsche 911 or even a Chevrolet Corvette instead, but pricing is all over the map for the competition. Pricing for the AMG GT will start at $115,900 for 2020.