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Clown Shoe Mercedes-AMG GT Is a Brilliant Shooting Brake Rendering

One of the most important rumors that took over the automotive side of the web last week had to do with Mercedes-AMG preparing a four-door incarnation of the GT for the 2017 Geneva Motor Show. Until we get an official confirmation on the matter, we're back on the topic to bring you a... hybrid.
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We're referring to a crossbreed that would stand for a halfway point between the current GT and the expected Affalterbach sedan.

Such a contraption would come in the form of a Mercedes-AMG GT shooting brake. And the rendering that gives us an idea on how such a contraption would look like comes from Rain Prisk.

The digital artist, who is based in Estonia, has always had a thing for this body style, hence the tons of such creations he's delivered.

If you're looking to get our hands on such a machine, you'll probably have to turn to a coach builder, as a production version doesn't seem to likely.

We can't say the same about the sedan mentioned in the intro, though and that's because the German automotive producer has confirmed a concept debut for the Swiss venue, which is scheduled to kick off in one week from now.

Mercedes-AMG hasn't offered us too many details for the upcoming concept, but the announcement does add fuel to the fire started by the GT4 rumors - this is the tentative moniker of the said sedan.

The carmaker also explained it would deliver an "alternative drive concept", with the most likely version being a match between the GT's twin-turbo 4.0-liter V8 heart and a 48V system delivering mild-hybrid assistance.

P.S.: In case this S/B take on the Mercedes-AMG seems familiar, it might be because the idea has been floating around the rendering community ever since the machine was introduced back in 2014.

 
 
 
 
 

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