Mercedes-AMG GT Sedan Concept

Mercedes-AMG GT Sedan Concept
- AMG despite having been wholly absorbed by Mercedes-Benz more than a decade ago, still operates with relative autonomy, and AMG is no slouch when it comes to developing vehicles on its own. The latest this AMG GT concept coupe, which has four doors technically, is a sedan

- four-door GT concept will join the SLS AMG and the AMG GT as the third model to be developed by AMG itself

- AMG is not content simply to sit on the sidelines while Porsche Panameras and Audi’s A7/S7/RS7 family exit dealerships in considerable volumes

- GT sedan has grille’s vertical ribs (here painted red on the sides), side gills, and slim headlamps, front and rear fascias and a steeply raked windshield, pulled from the AMG GT sports car

- largish liftgate and a usable luggage area add practicality, automatic shutters in the front and side air intakes, a large carbon-fiber diffuser, and centrally mounted exhaust

- daytime running lamps employing nano active-fiber technology

- carbon fiber is used for the roof, the side sills, and the front spoiler to shave weight, LED headlamps are backed up by a pair of tubular rod lights, tiny cameras stand in for exterior mirrors

- hybrid powertrain, 805 horsepower, 4MATIC all-wheel drive, twin-turbo 4.0-liter V-8 and an electric motor that is directly connected to the rear wheels

- available in electric, gasoline engine and combined

- Mercedes-AMG hasn’t yet revealed technical minutiae concerning the GT concept, claims sub-three-second zero-to-60-mph time

- more details awaited