Mercedes-AMG GT review

Category: Sports car

Section: Passenger & boot space

Available fuel types:petrol
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Passenger & boot space

How it copes with people and clutter

The GT doesn’t have the small but useful rear seats of the Porsche 911; it’s a strict two-seater. However, there's plenty of leg and head room for a couple of six-footers.

In fact, in terms of accommodation alone, the GT would actually be practical to use every day – thanks in no small part to its good-sized boot, which is accessed by a hatchback-style tailgate. It has a respectable 350-litre capacity, which is more space than you get in the 911 and R8, and enough for a couple of weekend bags.

In terms of storage, things are a little less impressive. The door pockets are small and the glovebox is suitable only for… well, gloves. Thankfully, there’s a decent-sized cubby with two cupholders between driver and passenger.

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