The Mercedes-AMG One Finally ready to hit the public streets.
After being unveiled in 2017 and delayed more than once, the One – which packs a hybrid V6 powertrain from the 2015 all-time winning Mercedes-AMG Petronas Formula 1 team – will make its debut on June 1st.
The production car’s previous Project One concept packed a 1.6-liter turbocharged four-cylinder engine. Combined with three electric motors, the powertrain pumps more than 746kW (1000hp).
All of this hate will be done on the road with an eight-speed automatic manual transmission, and the car will travel 25km on pure e-power … in contrast to Lewis Hamilton’s weekend car.
It will feature less redline than the Lewis Racer to make the engine more reliable on the universally available petrol. An earlier teaser suggested that the engine would cut at 9000rpm instead of 11,000rpm like the F1 car.
With an active rear spoiler, center-mounted shark fins and roof scoop, large rear diffuser and pop-up front fender levers, the One is expected to reach speeds of 350 km / h and less than 0-200 km / h 6.0 More than a second.
Only 275 examples will be created, and they all sold out despite the ট্যাগ 2.72 million ($ 3.9 million) price tag. Eight cars are coming to Australia and New Zealand.
When it finally hits the public road, an Aston Martin will face Valkiri. Where inspired by the AMG One F1, Valkyrie is more closely linked to a Le Mans racer.
It is driven by a Naturally ambitious 6.5-liter V12 engine Developed by Cosworth in conjunction with a hybrid boost system developed by Integral Powertrain Ltd and Rimac.
It has the highest combined strength 85 kW Of power and 900Nm Of torque with a stratospheric redline of 11,100rpm.