Mercedes-AMG has been pretty busy lately, and it looks like the company won’t be slowing down anytime soon. Following the debut of the GT 4-Door Coupe, word from company boss Tobias Moers is a new GT variant will arrive in 2020 wearing the well-known Black Series name.

Speaking to CarAdvice at the Geneva Motor Show, Moers said, “there is a GT variant still left… We are on the journey, we started the journey for Black Series.” By 2020, it would have been six years since the AMG GT first celebrated its global debut, and a Black Series model might be its swan song before a replacement comes along (if any).

As is tradition with previous Black Series models, more power is to be expected. The M178 4.0 litre twin-turbo V8 used in the flagship GT R makes 585 PS and 700 Nm of torque, but will likely be further increased for use in a GT Black Series.

Given the fact that the GT 4-Dour Coupe did not come with a hybrid powertrain (805 hp) like the one fitted on the GT Concept, we could see an electrified version of the AMG V8 being used in the GT Black Series. “The next Black Series done from the GT must be something really surprising,” said Moers, which is certainly a cryptic message to put forth.

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