Last year, Mercedes-AMG introduced the GT Concept, which was essentially a sedan version of the AMG GT. The model would go up against the likes of Porsche Panamera as the brand's four-door supercar. Now, Mercedes has released new teaser photos of the production AMG GT4, which will be making its debut at the upcoming Geneva International Motor Show.

Unsurprisingly, the teaser photos show the AMG GT4 still covered in heavy camouflage similar to that found on test mules. It does show however that the production vehicle will share similar design cues to that of the concept.

Up front, there is Mercedes-AMG's signature Panamericana grill albeit still covered. Right below the grill, expect the bumper to be designed similarly to that of the AMG GT, having trio of large air intake. From the photos provided, it looks similar to the current-generation CLS, especially the headlight design and roofline. Given that the all-new A-Class also looks identical to CLS, it would not be a surprise if the AMG GT4 also takes on a similar look.

Four-door Mercedes-AMG GT Coupe headed to Geneva

Moving to the rear, the four-door coupe appears to have taillights similar to the AMG GT. While the rest of the bumper is still camouflaged, we do get to see the signature AMG quad exit exhaust.

Power is said to come from the brand's 4.0-liter biturbo V8 that could produce around 600 PS. In concept form, the vehicle also came with EQ Power+ technology, the same hybrid system used on their Formula 1 cars. It is possible a future variant may appear with the hybrid technology to further boost power.

Expect full details and a first look of the Mercedes-AMG GT4 at the upcoming Geneva International Motor Show this March.