2018 Mercedes-AMG GT 4

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2018 #MercedesAMGGT4
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“The AMG sedan will essentially be a four-door version of the Mercedes-AMG GT sports car, but with the kind of sleek elegance you get with the CLS.”

The nose will bear a close resemblance to the AMG GT, especially the grille and the headlamps. But while the former will most likely be identical to the coupe, the latter should take a less aggressive form, but remain slender and angled toward the nose and wheel arches. Below, we should see slim intakes at each corner carbon-fiber bezels, and a carbon-fiber splitter.

Around back, look for Mercedes to keep most of the design of the concept car, but don’t expect to get the extra thin taillights on the production model.

Onto the sides, we designed the GT4 as a slightly sleeker version of the CLS. The roof sits lower, the rear windscreen has a smaller angle relative to the beltline, while the decklid is shorter. The shorter wheelbase and the exclusive wheels should also help set this AMG sedan apart from the CLS63. Around back, look for Mercedes to keep most of the design of the concept car, and the test vehicle confirms that it will get extra thin tallights as seen on the AMG GT sports car. The race-inspired diffuser appears to have been replaced with a milder version, while the large exhaust pipe in the middle made way for a quad layout with two outlets on each side.

Needless to say, a four-door AMG GT will make for one sexy sedan! Just look at the gorgeous sports sedan our rendering artist put together and tell me I’m wrong.

The borrowing process from the AMG GT sports car would continue under the GT4’s hood, with motivation to be provided by the new bi-turbo, 4.0-liter V-8. The powerplant could find its way into the sedan in the same two output configurations, meaning there would be a GT4 with 456 horsepower and 443 pound-feet of torque, and a GT4 S with a heftier 503 horses and 479 pound-feet. Shifting duties would be handled by the same seven-speed, dual-clutch automatic known as the AMG Speedshift DCT.

It’s way too early to talk about pricing given we still don’t know whether AMG will build this sedan or not, but, if produced, the GT4 should start from around $150,000 in the United States. For reference, the Mercedes-AMG GT S fetches $129,000 before options.

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