Mercedes-AMG will soon introduce a new four-door sports car that was previewed by the GT Concept last year, said to be called the GT4. The carmaker has now released several teaser images of the model, and will reportedly debut the car at the upcoming Geneva Motor Show.

Based on photos of the test mules, the car appears to remain pretty faithful to the 2017 concept. The front fascia features a Panamericana grille, which is accompanied by headlights that appear to be inspired by the latest CLS.

From there, there’s a steeply-raked windscreen and long roofline that slopes towards the rear. At the back, there are obvious nods to the AMG GT, with slender taillights and four tailpipes – the latter being a familiar AMG trademark.

Given its dynamic styling, there is a concern that the new AMG model will undermine the CLS. However, Mercedes-AMG CEO Tobias Moers has assured there’s already a loyal customer base for the CLS, and the GT4 is about drawing in new customers from other brands.

Technical details of the GT4 weren’t provided, but the company’s 4.0 litre biturbo V8 is expected to be used. There’s even rumours of a hybrid variant as what was featured on the concept, which packed a mighty 815 hp.

GALLERY: Mercedes-AMG GT Concept