Mercedes-AMG is said to be working on a replacement for the AMG GT63 4-door coupe. It will be the brand’s first pure-electric model and is expected to debut in 2025.
The new electric sports car from AMG will reportedly be based on the brand’s bespoke high-performance EV architecture called the ‘AMG.EA’. It will use electric motors developed by Yasa, a UK-based firm that was acquired by Mercedes in 2021.
Reports suggest that the AMG GT63 successor could feature a dual-motor setup with an estimated output of nearly 1000 hp and 1000 lb-ft of torque.
When it comes to styling, the EV successor of the AMG GT63 is expected to be based on the Vision 2025 concept. It measures over 5 meters in length and has a wheelbase of 3 meters.
AMG’s first electric sports saloon will compete with the likes of the Porsche Taycan, Audi e-tron GT and the Lucid Air.