There aren't any hot-stone massage seats, for example, but all models get standard leather upholstery (available in a beautifully stitched quilted pattern as an upgrade); COMAND infotainment with the center-mounted control knob; automatic climate control; heated power seats; power tilt/telescope steering wheel; rear parking sensors; a rearview camera; blind-spot monitoring; cruise control; and an AM/FM/DVD satellite radio system.
There aren't many options available, but what is offered tends to push the feature set further into luxury territory rather than upgrading the SLS AMG GT's sporting credentials, with one notable exception: the AMG Performance Media system.
While it doesn't make the car any faster, it might improve the driver. The AMG Performance Media system logs and displays performance metrics such as horsepower, torque, accelerator position, lateral and linear acceleration, braking performance, 0-60-mph times, quarter-mile times, and lap times. The system is activated by an AMG button in the center console, and controlled through the COMAND center.
On the other end of the options list sits the designo appearance and materials upgrades, which includes premium leather with beautiful hand-stitching among other upgrades. A Bang & Olufsen surround-sound audio system upgrades the listening experience, with a total of 11 speakers and 1,000 watts of output, including two 250-watt subwoofers and illuminated 50-watt tweeters mounted in the dash.