Following the SLS AMG, the upcoming Mercedes-AMG GT is the second vehicle to be independently developed by AMG. While the exterior still remains to be clouded in secrecy, Mercedes has unveiled the cabin ahead of its global debut later this year - presumably during the Paris Motor Show in October.
Finished in my two favourite colours - red and black - the quality and overall design of the cabin is nothing short of superior and sleek, and the quality is similar to Mercedes' cabins in new cars like the all new S-Class and C-Class.
The cabin is dominated by four central spotlight-style air con vents, accompanied by the individual vents at the extreme ends of the dashboard.
Other highlights include a large floating touchscreen display, a COMAND controller with multitouch gesture capability and a flat bottomed steering wheel wrapped in what I think is leather and alcantara.
While not a direct successor to the SLS AMG, the Mercedes-AMG GT is poised to be a more 'affordable' offering to its bigger brethren.
It is rumoured to be powered by a 4.0-litre V8 with different power outputs depending on the model.