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).