The car is set to debut in just days.
Mercedes-Benz's teaser campaign for the AMG GT Coupe continues with a pair of new images. Rather than shooting the car in a dark room like you'll see in many pre-reveal photos, Mercedes has surrounded the new saloon in brilliant colours without actually showing the car.
The shots provide glimpses at a few design details, though. Up front, there's AMG's Panamericana grille with vertical slats and a prominent star in the middle. The front spoiler with broad openings is visible, too, including gills at the corners that likely channel air to cool the brakes behind the multi-spoke wheels. The headlights feature LEDs that outline most of the shape except for the bottom portion.
The photo from the rear provides an even better look at AMG's upcoming performance saloon. Widened bumpers and a vent behind the front wheels give the four-door an aggressive appearance. Broad rear lights appear to stretch nearly the entire way across the rear end. There's a big diffuser and angular exhaust outlets, too.
The good news is that the new GT Coupe is set to makes its debut very soon at the Geneva motor show. We've seen lots of spy photos of the car that provide a great view of how the vehicle looks like on the outside and have given us a good glimpse of the interior.
There are fewer concrete details about the powertrain, though – AMG's 4-litre twin-turbo V8 is likely to be under the bonnet, producing over 600bhp. Later, the company reportedly intends to offer a version of this engine with hybrid assistance to boost the output to around 800bhp.
The most confusing thing about this car continues to be its name. Mercedes refuses to confirm the production model's moniker, but all of its official communication refers to vehicle as the GT Coupe. However, the existing AMG GT is already a two-door, so calling this four-door a coupe is somewhat confusing.