Still, the AMG GT C manages 0-60 mph in 3.7 seconds, exactly the same as the AMG GT S, although Mercedes didn’t stop there. It also decided to make the GT C more special by adding a few toys from the GT R
. These include the wider track at the rear that plants the car more firmly in the corners, accommodates for larger tires, and, wait for it, allows the standard rear-wheel steering system do its job. Both cars feature the same 7-speed dual-clutch automatic that’s housed on the rear transaxle for better weight distribution. The GT C also features the same five transmission settings as the GT R comprising of comfort, sport, sport +, RACE, and individual. The GT Roadster features all of those save for the RACE setting.