Along with the announcement comes a photo of the car in a vinyl camouflage wrap. It may hide some more subtle details, but it can’t hide the deeper front splitter or the big canards on either side of the front bumper. It looks like the big splitter adjustment struts from the test car we saw a few weeks ago are gone, but there do appear to be some sort of smaller support struts added to the front bumper.
As for what we should expect from the GT R Pro, it should be a pretty serious track machine, even more so than the regular R. Mercedes says it has been tweaked based on what the company has learned from its GT3 and GT4 racing program. Most of the improvements will probably be in aerodynamics and suspension. We wouldn’t mind seeing a bit more power, too, since the top-spec AMG GT four-door is more potent than the GT R. Mercedes also made it clear this will be a very limited edition model. Stay tuned for more details when the car is fully unveiled at the L.A. Auto Show on November 29.