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2020 Mercedes-Benz GT Interior Review

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Interior: 7.0

The 2020 Mercedes-AMG GT has an elegant interior with high-quality materials and lots of standard features. Both the two- and four-door models provide roomy seating. However, there isn’t much cargo space in the convertible’s trunk.

  • "Once at ease with the wet roads and high horsepower, the GT’s cabin proves a luxurious and pleasant space for long-distance driving." -- Automobile Magazine (2019)
  • "Speaking of the cabin, it's beautifully finished with soft leathers, Alcantara and gloss black trim, and offers spacious accommodations for both front and rear passengers." -- CNET (2019)
  • "As you would expect, the materials all feel incredibly high-quality, as does the fit and finish. Even better, if you're tired of faux-suede everything and carbon-fiber trim, AMG offers several interior packages that will let you decide how luxurious or sporty you want the GT 4-Door Coupe to be." -- Motor Trend (2019)

Seating

The AMG GT coupe and roadster have two seats, while the GT sedan has four seats. The standard seats are comfortable and supportive, and there’s ample head- and legroom for adults in all seating positions. If you seek a sportier driving experience, you can upgrade to racing-inspired seats with larger bolsters. One of the GT’s few drawbacks is its blind spots, which are most apparent in the coupe models.

Synthetic leather upholstery is standard, as are heated front seats. Available features include genuine leather upholstery, ventilated and massaging front seats, heated armrests and cupholders, heated rear seats, and a heated steering wheel.

  • The GT's bespoke platform with its low seating position and occasional rear blind spots speaks to its focused mission in a way that might confound the non-cognoscenti." -- Automobile Magazine
  • "Even with the fastback roofline, there's enough headroom for adults to comfortably sit in back, and US-market cars get two bucket seats in the rear as opposed to a three-across bench." -- CNET (2019)
  • "The seat design for both front and rear passengers further reflects the AMG GT’s dual purpose. These seats provide the same range of adjustments found on traditional luxury sedans, yet their racecar style and lateral bolstering support aggressive track driving." -- Kelley Blue Book (2019)

Interior Features

The 2020 AMG GT roadster and coupe come standard with a 10.3-inch infotainment screen, a 12.3-inch digital gauge cluster, navigation, Apple CarPlay, Android Auto, Bluetooth, two USB ports, HD Radio, satellite radio, four speakers, remote keyless entry, and dual-zone automatic climate control.

The 2020 AMG GT sedan adds to this with a 12.3-inch infotainment screen, a 14-speaker Burmester stereo, wireless device charging, an additional USB port, proximity keyless entry, and remote start.

There are a few physical buttons for the basic audio and climate controls, making it relatively easy to adjust these features on the go. However, some of the on-screen menus are complex and difficult to navigate with the touchpad, which is standard on sedan models. An easier-to-use rotary dial is equipped on coupe and roadster models, though the touchpad is available.

Options vary depending on model, but these items include proximity keyless entry, push-button start, tri-zone automatic climate control, an interior air fragrance system, a rear-seat touch screen, a panoramic sunroof, and Burmester sound systems with 10, 11, and 25 speakers.

Standard safety features in the GT coupe and roadster include a rearview camera, parking sensors, driver drowsiness monitoring, forward collision warning, automatic emergency braking, and LED headlights with automatic high beams. The GT sedan adds to this list with blind spot monitoring, hands-free park assist, and adaptive pivoting headlights.

Optional driver assistance features include a head-up display, a surround-view parking camera system, lane keep assist, adaptive cruise control, speed limit and traffic sign recognition, and an advanced collision warning system.

See 2020 Mercedes-AMG GT specs »

  • "The center console now features a 10.25-inch multimedia display, but the rotary selector wheel has been replaced with a touchpad controller, which isn’t really an improvement in terms of controls — scrolling through things like satellite radio channels is now a chore, for example, and navigation requires a pinch-to-zoom maneuver that doesn’t always work well." -- Cars.com
  • "But there are also some ergonomic oddities for this 21st-century steed, including a touchpad that invites accidental taps and acres of display screens – two customizable 12.3-inch screens Benz dubs 'Widescreen Cockpit' – that aren’t touch-sensitive." -- Automobile Magazine (2019)
  • "On the technology front, the dash sports dual 12.3-inch screens with reconfigurable layouts and the latest COMAND infotainment -- no, the GT 63 doesn't get Mercedes' new MBUX tech quite yet. Still, COMAND works well." -- CNET (2019)

Cargo

The AMG GT roadster has a rather small 5.8 cubic feet of trunk space. The GT coupe has 10.1 cubic feet of space, which is about average for a luxury sports car, as well as a more practical rear hatch. Cargo dimensions are not yet available for the GT sedan, but this model benefits from a hatchback layout.

  • “There's decent rear seat headroom and solid rear cargo capacity thanks to its hatchback design." -- Autoblog
  • There's also the matter of the trunk, though you've no doubt already guessed it's small. The roof has to go somewhere when it's folded. Thankfully, it's far from the smallest convertible trunk on the market and is just big enough to handle two carry-on bags." -- Motor Trend (2018)
  • "On the practical side, the GT's rear hatch opens to reveal a very respectable … cargo space, enough to accommodate two golf bags." -- Kelley Blue Book (2018)
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