After it launched the AMG GT, its marketing department thought that it would be a good idea to chop the roof and make it a roadster.
But not just any roadster. So they made it look mean. This is the 2018 AMG GT C Roadster.
It is wider than the GT S and with the 2018 updates, it has the AMG DYNAMICS integrated driving control system for added agility. The rear wheel arches are wider and new side-sills appeared to create a nicer side look. The soft-top is going down electrically in less than 12 seconds at speeds of up to 48 kph (30 mph).
On the AMG GT C the steering wheel comes standard with a rim in black Nappa leather / DINAMICA microfiber. It’s all about the grip on the fast curves. As in the AMG GT 4-Door Coupe, the new telematics architecture in the two-door AMG GT models makes the innovative, standard fully digital instrument display with a 12.3-inch instrument cluster and a 10.25-inch multimedia display on the center console possible. The instrument cluster offers a new screen design with the three styles “Classic,” “Sporty” or “Supersport.”
Both seats are benefiting from the Airscarf feature that blows warm air from behind the backseat, to the neck area, so the occupants will not suffer some sort of sour after a relaxed (or fast) drive. One thing it is hard to understand is why did it have 6 air-vents in the dashboard? They are spoiling the look.