The concept version of the four-door Mercedes-AMG GT was finally unveiled at the 87th Geneva International Motor Show in March. Now, all that we are waiting for is its production model. Recently, new spy shots of the car emerged online.
Based on the photos provided by GTSpirit, the production version of the four-door Mercedes-AMG GT will likely remain true to its concept form. The sports car seems to have retained many features found in its updated two-door sibling, except that it will have a wider track and longer body.
Compared to the older spy shots and spy video of the four-door AMG GT, the Panamericana grille of the prototype has already been exposed. We can also see the more advanced trapezoidal headlamps of the car. However, its body and taillights are still covered in a heavy camouflage. We expect the vehicle to shed more of its zebra wrapping as its official launching nears.
According to sources, the Mercedes-AMG GT Four-Door will offer a technology derived from its maker’s Formula One race cars. Like the Project One, its 4.0-liter biturbo V8 will be combined with EQ Power.
While the Project One has been hyped to get as much as 1,000 bhp from its hybrid setup, the four-door AMG GT might only produce as much as 800 bhp.
For now, we have no estimates in relation to the zero to 60 mph acceleration of the four-door AMG GT as we have no idea yet how much it weighs—given its longer and wider frame than its two-door predecessor. It was also reported that the sports sedan will offer a more luxurious and sportier interior design compared to the other models in its range. Therefore, those things will definitely add up to its total weight.