These "official spy shots," two of which were clearly shot from another camo-clad car, give us a fresh look at the new sport-coupe/sedan's front end and its Panamericana grille, which hasn't changed much since August.
We're also treated to a snow-free look at its rear, which sports quad exhaust tips. These are rounded tips like those on the prototype spotted in late December, not trapezoidal like on August's. As to whether that's just intentional camo, a late design change, or because these prototypes are different variants, we have to wait until March to find out.
Unsurprisingly, no new details were released about the four-door AMG GT, which we expect to be powered by some form of Mercedes' 4.0-liter twin-turbo V-8, possibly making even more than the 603 hp found in the E63 S.
The 2018 Geneva auto show begins on March 6, so stay tuned.