The Mercedes-AMG One Super car finally reached the customer
Mercedes-AMG took to Twitter to share the delivery of its new Formula 1-style supercar.
The brand had previously confirmed it would only produce 275 units, each priced at AU$3.9 million.
Originally slated for a 2019 launch, the One was delayed due to Mercedes-AMG having difficulty adapting its F1-derived powertrain for use on public roads while still meeting standards. emissions are increasingly tight.
The Mercedes-AMG One is equipped with a 1.6-liter turbocharged V6 hybrid engine producing 422 kW and four electric motors producing 450 kW, with an 8.4 kWh battery pack.
One of these electric motors is an F1-style MGU-K that is mounted to the crankshaft, two more are attached to the front axle and the last is attached to the turbocharger to reduce lag.
The total output of the system is 782 kW of electricity, with top speed electronically limited to 352 km/h.
Mercedes-AMG claims the One can accelerate from 0 to 100 km/h in 2.9 seconds and from 0 to 300 km/h in 15.6 seconds.
Ready Break the Nurburgring record for road-legal production vehicles, posting a time of 6:35.183 minutes around the 20,832 km track.
DTM racer Maro Engel beat the record (set by the Porsche 911 GT2 RS MR in 2021) in 8.0 seconds.
This supercar is a joint effort of Mercedes-AMG High-Performance Powertrains (HPP) – the company responsible for producing Formula 1 engines for the Mercedes-AMG racing team – and Canadian manufacturing partner Multimatic.
That is UK dedicated manufacturing facility There are 16 different assembly and test stations.
Some of the “subsystems” in the Mercedes-AMG go through a process of pre-assembly, testing, then disassembly, before finally being fitted into the One.
Once the supercar has been marked for approval in the “final compliance test” by a factory test driver at a test range, it will receive “appropriate transportation protection” in a vehicle. sealed truck and transported to Mercedes-AMG headquarters in Affalterbach, Germany for testing. hand over.