The Mercedes-AMG One was first revealed in 2017, and after 5 years of development, the production version is finally ready. The extra time was needed to adapt the F1-derived powertrain for road use and ensure it met legal requirements.
The car houses a modified 1.6-liter turbocharged V6 from the 2014-2016 Mercedes-AMG F1 cars, producing 574 hp at 9,000 rpm. Additionally, it features four electric motors, contributing 360 kW (483 hp) to the total power output. The AMG One has a plug-in hybrid system, allowing it to travel a few kilometers in zero-emissions EV mode. It also uses a 7-speed single-clutch automated manual transmission and weighs 1,695 kg due to its carbon-fiber body.
You can see it in action as it races up the Goodwood hillclimb course.
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