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Mild update for super sedan

Mercedes-AMG’s GT 4-Door Coupe arrived for 2019 and soon the super sedan will receive its first round of updates.

A prototype, in this case for the GT 63 S variant, has been spotted outside Mercedes-Benz’s Nürburgring test center and is fitted with a camouflaged front fascia.

The updated GT 4-Door Coupe is expected to arrive in 2021 as a 2022 model, and more exterior tweaks could be added as development continues.

AMG is also developing a plug-in hybrid variant, likely to be badged a GT 63e or GT 73e, and this new option should form part of the updated GT 4-Door Coupe family. It will pair a single electric motor mated with the current 4.0-liter twin-turbocharged V-8 engine to generate a combined power output approaching 800 horsepower.

2022 Mercedes-AMG GT 4-Door Coupe facelift spy shots – Photo credit: S. Baldauf/SB-Medien

It isn’t clear what’s in store for the powertrains

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Forgotten Cars of the 1970s That Are Worth Remembering

We remember a lot of 1970s cars: the AMC Pacer, the Ford Mustang II, and the Porsche 914, just to name a few with intriguing, if not always happy, stories. But those weren’t the only significant cars of the 1970s, an era when hard times gave rise to a love of funky rides, many of which history has mostly forgotten. Well, folks, it’s time for us to remind you: Here are a dozen forgotten 1970s cars that deserve a parking place in our collective memory.

1970 AMC Hornet

American Motors, smallest of what used to be known as the Big Four, made some of the most memorable 1970s cars. Most of us know the Pacer, Gremlin, Javelin, and perhaps even the Matador, but what about the Hornet? This funky-looking little sedan was, like many AMC products, ahead of its time,

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