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Tuesday, September 6, 2016

Will the new AMG R50 hypercar debut in Paris?

Secretly, Mercedes-Benz is developing a hypercar project called R50 is slated to bridge the gap between a road-going supercar and a Le Mans prototype. It was natural, if Mercedes-Benz created these hypercar to rival of the new AM-RB 001 hypercar being made by Aston Martin in collaboration with Red Bull Racing.

The fast futuristic car is scheduled to perform for the first time in public at the Paris Motor Show 2016 which will take place on October 1 to 16, 2016. And reported also, that the Daimler boards have approved a solitary concept car, but if response is well enough and the AMG can produce it in a limited numbers ranging from 25 to 250 units.
(Pictured: Mercedes-Benz Silver Arrow concept) Mercedes-AMG R50 hypercar set for Paris Auto Show debut in next October. (Picture from: http://adf.ly/1dkINY)
In addition to showing the design of future vehicles, Mercedes-AMG R50 hypercar was designed with great power. Even based on rumors, its drivetrain sector can be spewed the engine's power up to 1,000 hp. And with those big power numbers is predicted to come from a turbo engine with a capacity of 2.0 liters.

As quoted from Carscoops, with those power generated by the engine, the acceleration capabilities of the R50 hypercar was not kidding, because from zero to a speed of 100 kph (62 mph) can be reached in just 2 seconds and has a top speed in excess of 354 kph (220 mph).
(Pictured: Mercedes-Benz SL GTR Concept by Mark Holster) Mercedes-AMG will be made a high performance hybrid-powered hypercar featuring featuring the F1 technology. (Picture from: http://adf.ly/1eO9ST)
The hypercar's acceleration power is also inseparable from the hard work of the Mercedes Benz engineers who created the vehicles with the curb weight is under 1,315 kg (2,900 lbs). Unfortunately, the German auto manufacturer did not mention the material used by it. Most likely this hypercar will made of the carbon fiber materials.

Other elements of the design are anticipated to include active aerodynamics and suspension and a cockpit where the driver and passenger are seated in a recumbent position similar to a grand prix driver, without the instrument panel (only a tachometer and LED head-up display). If you can't wait much longer. Let's go seeing the AMG's new hypercar in Paris in next October. *** [EKA | FROM VARIOUS SOURCES | CARSCOOPS]
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