Which is not a bad score for any car, but perhaps I'm biased and expected the AMG GT to be almost perfect. Where it lost the most points with Motoring is the "Price, Packaging & Practicality" category. Seems like they weren't a fan of the infotainment menus and how the cabin feels a bit old. Maybe they were pushed too far with the lack of Apple CarPlay.
Non of this matters much anyways since most people serious about buying the AMG GT have their own reasons that for the most part fit the general consensus about this segment. One of them being the need for something as refined as the 911 but with more luxury and GT car features which the AMG GT has. SLS was a great way to test the market.
The AMG GT is never lacking in the performance department, especially with peak torque coming in between 1800rpm and 5000rpm. A stability control suite will keep you going straight even when you step on it coming out of a turn.