AMG CEO Tobias Moers has revealed the AMG GT will become a permanent fixture in their lineup as it will stick around for at least two generations.

AMG CEO Tobias Moers has revealed the AMG GT will become a permanent fixture in their lineup as it will stick around for at least two generations.

In an interview with Motoring, Moers said the car will likely have a seven to eight year lifecycle before the next-generation model is introduced.

The executive also confirmed we can expect a "few" additional variants to be added to lineup. Moers declined to go into specifics but a Black Series variant is all but guaranteed. There could also be a new convertible and a GT3 race car to replace the SLS AMG GT3.

Interestingly, Moers said the model could be equipped with all-wheel drive but there are no plans to do so.

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