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Mercedes-AMG GT4 sheds disguise before Geneva reveal


Mercedes-AMG has confirmed that the much awaited four-door AMG GT4 will make its world debut at the Geneva Motor Show next month.

Replacing the V8 powered CLS as Benz's new flagship performance sedan, the latest images posted by the three-pointed star still sees the newcomer decked out in extensive layers of camouflage, albeit now with the GT R derived Panamericana grille exposed and the headlights resembling those of the two-door equivalent.

The rear facia meanwhile mirrors that of Mercedes-Benz's current range of coupe models, while the interior will more than likely feature elements from both the AMG-GT and perhaps even the CLS.

Although still to be confirmed, reports have continued to speculate that the AMG GT4 will come powered by the same 4.0-litre bi-turbo engine as the AMG GT, but with the addition of a 48-volt electric motor like the recently launched 53 model line-up, for an alleged system output of some 600 kW and 0-100 km/h in less than three seconds.

Like the AMG E63 S, the amount of twist will likely be transferred to all four wheels via a performance optimised 4Matic all-wheel drive system.

More details are expected to be revealed in the coming weeks ahead of its reveal.

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