Mercedes Teases Vision Gran Turismo Concept

Concepts

Unique concept created exclusively for upcoming Gran Turismo 6, due out on December 6.

Gran Turismo 6 will be arriving on the Playstation 4 imminently, and with it a vast suite of free content made up of the finest cars from the world’s leading manufacturers and design houses. In order to celebrate 15 years of the 70-million-selling franchise, some of these carmakers have also created concepts that will be transformed into working cars for the game as part of an initiative called “Vision Gran Turismo.” Each model is meant to offer a glimpse of the automaker’s future design language.

One such model is the Mercedes AMG Vision Gran Turismo, which “unites sensual purity with classic Mercedes-Benz design elements.” It’s unlikely to be anything more than a concept designed for a video game, but we’re still looking forward to getting behind its virtual wheel. Other AMG models to feature on GT6 include the SLS AMG GT3, the new E63 EMG and the A45 AMG.

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