Mercedes-AMG GT Interior Revealed


And it looks absolutely incredible.

Not only has Mercedes-Benz revealed the interior for its upcoming SLS AMG replacement, it’s also provided the official name: Mercedes-AMG GT. Yes, the “Benz” has been dropped. Set to have its official debut this fall, the Mercedes-AMG GT is, according to the automaker, "fascinating, dynamic...and turning the dream of the authentic Mercedes-AMG sports car into reality." Additionally, the AMG GT will position "AMG more vehemently and a dynamic sports car brand."

That’s simple code for "it’s time to seriously take on the Porsche 911." While we wait for the full car to be revealed, Mercedes has released these two photos of the interior. It looks incredible. With an "aviation design" theme, the dashboard "places an extreme emphasis on width, thus creating the impression of a powerful wing." We particularly love the four central spotlight-style vents. Mercedes is also boasting the interior represents the finest materials and outstanding workmanship. We’re saying it now: this car will be nothing short of epic once it arrives.

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