Mercedes-AMG continues its extensive teaser campaign for the upcoming Four-Door GT.
Set to debut at the upcoming 2018 Geneva Motor Show, the Four-Door AMG GT is the production version of the GT Concept the company unveiled last year. Since then, spy photographers have caught prototypes of the Four-Door AMG GT testing numerous times, and in the last few weeks, Mercedes-AMG itself has released several teaser photos that leave little to the imagination.
Although Mercedes-AMG continues to refer to the model as a “four-door coupe,” a segment Mercedes arguably made popular with the CLS, the upcoming sports sedan will mainly compete with the Porsche Panamera.
Not much has been officially confirmed, but expect to see the production model to feature a hybrid powertrain of sorts, especially as Mercedes gets ready to launch its EQ sub-brand. The company did say the sedan rides on the Mercedes Modular Rear Architecture (MRA) platform, which currently underpins the C-, E-, and S-Class models.
Fortunately there’s only a couple more days we have to wait until the Four-Door Mercedes-AMG GT makes its grand debut at the 2018 Geneva Motor Show, where AutoGuide.com will be reporting live.
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