The audacity the name “Mercedes-Benz” has, is one for sure that can not be disputed. With the revolution of transportation starting far back in the 18th century by Karl Benz till the merger with Daimler in 1926 that led to the inception of Mercedes-Benz.
It’s just a story that can be back dated and has led us fruitfully to this present day and inspiring the future.
Mercedes-Benz in all its glamorous splendor has been at the head of the table, putting out luxury exotics that led the world to trusting it’s brand. The radical concept of Mercedes-Benz is one that has awed the automobile world leading to a very competitive market place to stay at the top.
Without doubt, Mercedes-Benz has made it clear by continuously astonishing enthusiast be the design and production of world class luxury cars; for road use, track, off-road, Mercedes-Benz got it all covered with a big reveal of it’s capability, comfort and taste at the fore end of it’s brand.
Mercedes-Benz AMG One is an hybrid hypercar that has got the world waiting for its arrival. AMG One with a 1.6L V6 hybrid engine that has a top speed of 350km/h (217mph) blistering 1021hp. With the continuous adaption of electrification of the automobile world, AMG One like other hypercars has its EV-mode, that enables the car travel 15 miles on its all electric mode before the V6 engine engages.
The all-wheel drive car, first introduced in 2016 with the name Project One in which a concept was released, with a name change to AMG One in 2018 and expectation to see it’s complete production of 275 examples in 2021 but suddenly due to some emission regulations, it’s set for 2022.
It’s rival, the French hypercar Bugatti Chiron is much of a competition because Project One is slightly slower although when compared to the British hypercar McLaren Senna, Mercedes-Benz AMG One has its mark.
Mercedes-Benz AMG One is based on Mercedes AMG F1 W07 F1 race car, and also the Mercedes-Benz F1 legendary driver, Sir Lewis Hamilton worked in developing the Project One.
Don’t get it twisted, AMG One and Project One is just the same hypercar.
Mercedes-Benz AMG One is a raw beast out of the wind tunnel, just like a Le Mans Prototype with the F1 powertrain that is absolutely road legal.
The powertrain has a turbo-charged combustion V6 engine and four electric motor; two electric motors drive each of the front wheel, with one electric motor attached to the V6 engines crankshaft and the last motor attached within the turbocharger itself.
Built by Mercedes AMG and Petronas Motorsport team.
0-100 km/h (62mph) in 2.2 seconds
0-200 km/h (124mph) in 6 seconds
0-300 km/h (186mph) in 11 seconds
The engine will be idle at 1280rpm and it’s redline limit at 11000rpm.
$2,700,000 should set you up with the F1 car for the road in the garage.