The AMG GT four-Door rides on the same platform as the E-Course, so it looks likely that the company’s new 73 PHEV powertrain could effortlessly fit into both equally cars. As of now, neither of AMG’s direct German rivals have made hybrid variations of their efficiency sedans. In advance of the latest variation debuted, Audi was noted to be working on a 700-hp hybrid RS7, but those rumors have not turned out to be real. No equivalent rumors have emerged about a hybrid BMW M5.
The Porsche Panamera Turbo S E-Hybrid is the only electrified competitor in this house, now developing 689 hp and 642 lb-ft of torque right after a modern update. If the GT 73e and E73 get there sporting any where near the rumored 800 hp figure, they could crush the RS7, M5, and Panamera in a person fell swoop.