Aiming to combine the style of the GT Roadster with the performance of the track-ready GT R, the Mercedes-AMG GT R Roadster is a special edition model that will be limited to just 750 units.
The model was unveiled at teh same time as the most profound refresh of the Mercedes-AMG GT lineup and is the quickest open top Mercedes model this side of the also-limited Mercedes-Benz CLK GTR Roadster.
Part of the second mid-cycle facelift of the Mercedes-AMG GT range, the 2019 GT R has received a number of exterior and interior refreshes that should keep the model up to date for a few more years despite increased competition from Porsche, its main rival in this segment.
The front-end now features all-new interior graphics for the LED headlights, which emulate those on the Mercedes-AMG GT 4-door Coupe, thus enhancing the family connection between all the GT models. An arched light guide functions as a daytime running light, a navigation light and as a turn signal at the same time. On the inside, there’s a new steering wheel that’s taken straight out of the GT 4-door Coupe, and it includes the two Touch Control buttons that can be used to control an all-new digital display and the center display.