2021 Mercedes-AMG GT 53: Review, Trims, Specs, Price, New Interior Features, Exterior Design, and Specifications

Starting outside and working your way in, the GT 53 can be specced with the AMG Night Package. Working best with lighter paint colors, this $750 package adds black chrome tailpipes and a gloss black finish for exterior elements like the mirror covers, front splitter, and side window surrounds.

Inside, there are a lot more options on offer. The Executive Rear Seat Package is a bit of an oddity as we’d imagine that anyone intending to enjoy a Mercedes from the back seat would go for an S-Class or even an E-Class instead. Nevertheless, it’s yours for $3,550 and adds a rear touchscreen display, a dedicated rear climate control zone (in addition to the two zones for those in front), rear-cabin wireless charging, 40/40-split twin rear seats, heated and cooled rear cupholders, and more. The $1,950 Driver Assistance Package includes 14 additional driver-assist features like Distronic adaptive cruise control, congestion emergency braking, active steering assist, and active blind-spot assist.

Standalone options are extensive. Some examples of these include a 25-speaker Burmester 3D sound system ($4,550), an AMG head-up display ($1,100), AMG performance front seats ($2,500), and three-zone climate control ($760).

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