Mercedes-AMG has updated its GT coupe and roadster at the 2018 LA Auto Show. Four years ago, Mercedes-AMG released the first GT sports car into the market. Now, it’s time for them to upgrade this model. There are several new features to this racing machine.

“The biggest changes to the GT are inside. A 12.3-inch digital instrument cluster sits in front of the driver, and a separate 10.25-inch multimedia display is integrated into the center of the dash. While most functions are controlled by the touchscreen interface, there are rocker buttons for changing drive modes and for adjusting the volume of the infotainment system. A new steering wheel features Touch Control buttons as an additional tool to navigate the car’s numerous menus” (AutoBlog.com).

The car’s performance has been enhanced with new technologies

The new GT-coupe has an aggressive body package with carbon fibers that adds to the car’s track performance. There is a splitter at the front, and a spoiler at the back end of the vehicle. These new changes make the vehicle perform in a faster, more efficient way than before. Mercedes-AMG has spruced up this car from the inside out, and it is ready to race.

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