The base GT roadster will start at €129,180, the high-performance GT C roadster will start at €160,650, and the ultimate GT R coupe will begin at €165,410. Comparing the European's GT coupe price with the roadster, there's about an 11 percent increase for the drop-top. Applying that to the American GT coupe's price tag of $111,200 before destination, we get a rough estimate of about $120,000 for the GT roadster. By comparing the GT C roadster and GT R pricing to that of the GT S coupe, the GT C comes with a price that is about 19 percent higher than that of the GT S, while the GT R packs a 22 percent premium. Applied to the US-market GT S price, the GT C roadster should come in at around $155,000 and the GT R coupe should cost roughly $160,000.
Again, these are just estimates, but close ones based on estimates from Mercedes itself. As for when we'll hear about official pricing, it could be a while. The Mercedes representative told us that official US pricing and availability for the GT R won't be available for a few months, and possibly not until spring for the roadsters. If we do hear anything more specific or official on pricing, we'll be sure to update this post.