2016 Mercedes-Benz AMG GT Walk Around

The Mercedes-Benz AMG GT S may offer comparable performance and handling to a Porsche 911 but they could not be more different.

For starters, the Mercedes-Benz has its engine in front, instead of in the rear. The engine is moved rearward from that of the previous SLS, closer to the driver, closer to the middle of the car.


The two-seat AMG GT S has a snug cabin swathed in quality leather, real metals, and premium plastics.

The seats, however, felt somewhat awkward, with firm side bolsters, an excessively sway-backed lumbar support, and limited range of recline. The passenger seat is worse; there’s less legroom, limiting the ability to recline. Optional sport seats help but don’t add legroom. The AMG GT may not be the best choice for long-legged drivers.

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