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Saturday, September 3, 2022

Mercedes-AMG ONE hypercar officially get into production lines

~New HYPERCAR~ As one of the world's leading sports car brands Mercedes-Benz has a wide range of extraordinary production cars. Of course, every time they make a production of four-wheeled vehicles, big manufacturers like the German automaker almost always start with the launch of concept car first.
The Mercedes-AMG ONE is produced only in limited numbers of 275 units and is targeted to start shipping to customers around the end of this year. (Picture from: Carscoops)
And one of the famous concept cars from this German manufacturer is the Mercedes-AMG Project One which was first shown to the public in 2017. Well, after waiting for a long time since its premiere at the 2017 Frankfurt Motor Show in September. Finally, the Mercedes-Benz top brasses approved the proposal for the production of the Mercedes-AMG ONE hypercar.
The Mercedes-AMG ONE's assembly process was jointly worked on by AMG and Multimatic in Conventry, England. (Picture from: OtoBlitz)
The assembly of its F1 1.6-liter V6 turbo hybrid engine combined with 4 electric motors was worked on by the Mercedes‑AMG High Performance Powertrains division in Brixworth, England. Meanwhile, the whole car assembly was jointly worked on by AMG and Multimatic in Conventry, England. Each car is worked on by 50 specialists ranging of the body to the interior.
While the assembly of its F1 1.6-liter V6 turbo hybrid engine combined with 4 electric motors was worked on by the Mercedes‑AMG High Performance Powertrains division in Brixworth, England. (Picture from: OtoBlitz)
Once assembled, the car will be tested by a test driver at the test circuit, then sent to AMG's headquarters in Affalterbach, Germany for a “final technical inspection” before the keys to the Mercedes-AMG ONE are handed over to the customer.
Once assembled, the Mercedes-AMG ONE will be tested, then sent to AMG's headquarters in Affalterbach, Germany for a “final technical inspection” before it's handed over to the customer. (Picture from: OtoBlitz)
The hybrid 1.6-liter V6 turbo engine combined with 4 electric motors is capable of producing a total output of 1,062 hp combined with a 7-speed dual-clutch dual shift transmission. Transmission gearshift is done via paddle shift on the steering wheel.
The Mercedes-AMG ONE's hybrid drivetrain is capable of spewing a total power of 1,062 hp combined with a 7-speed dual-clutch dual shift transmission. (Picture from: OtoBlitz)
The driver can select one of 6 driving modes via the rotary selector lever as needed. For Road Driving, Race Safe, Race, EV, and Individual modes are available. While the Race Plus and Strat2 modes are specifically used on race tracks.
The Mercedes-AMG ONE is able to penetrate the speed of 350 kph, with the average combined car's fuel consumption is in the range of 11.5 km/l. (Picture from: OtoBlitz)
It only takes 2.5 seconds to reach 100 kph. This car is able to penetrate the speed of 350 kph. The average combined car's fuel consumption is in the range of 11.5 km/l. Meanwhile, CO2 emission levels are at 198 g/km.
The Mercedes-AMG One will be offered with a price tag of around US$2.7 millions. (Picture from: OtoBlitz)
Meanwhile for its suspension settings, the driver can choose Comfort and Sport options in Race Safe, Race and EV modes. While the Sport and Sport+ set ups can only be used in Race Plus and Strat2 modes which are specifically for use on racing circuits.

Off course, this is a pure racing-oriented car for an adrenaline rush and not for a picnic or shopping at the supermarket, so there is no luggage for carry-on luggage. However, a small bag can still be stowed behind the race seat, and the compartment on the center console allows you to store your phone or wallet.
Unfortunately, prospective buyer in the United States seem to have to be disappointed, because it is possible that this hypercar will be banned for driven on the streets there, because it will not comply with safety regulations in that country. How come?
According to Joe Pompliano, an American entrepreneur, investor and founder of Huddle Up is wrote in his status on Twitter, 'They put an F1 engine in a road car, and no one in the United States will be driving one...because they didn't want to sacrifice performance to meet regulations.'
Furthemore Joe Pompliano wrote, that the hypercar is produced only in limited numbers of 275 units and is targeted to start shipping to customers around the end of this year. How's about its price tags? Reportedly, the new Mercedes-AMG One will be offered with a price tag of around US$2.7 million. Are you interesting to be one of the owners of this hypercar? *** [EKA | FROM VARIOUS SOURCES | MERCEDES-BENZ | JOEPOMPLIANO | CARSCOOPS ]
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