Of course, there will be several plaques inside the vehicle and possibly a badge on the exterior to note that this version is an Edition 1. The special model that will be made in a limited series comes with numerous parts that are made from carbon fiber, and that is visible even on the prototype of what is believed to be referred to internally as the C192.
Regarding the upcoming new generation of the Mercedes-AMG GT, we already know that this model will come with a 4.0-liter V8 engine with a biturbo setup, similar to the one found on the all-new SL.
Several other components from the SL are set to be shared with the Mercedes-AMG GT. The latter is lighter than the former, as well as a bit shorter, so it should be quicker than the SL in various circumstances.
It is believed that the wheelbase of the upcoming Mercedes-AMG GT will be the same as the one on the ongoing model, or that it will have a value that is close to it. Parts will be shared with the SL, even on the cockpit side, as the Mercedes-AMG GT is technically the coupé sibling of the SL.