Mercedes-AMG has broken its lengthy silence over the delayed Project One hypercar programme by releasing new images and details of the car’s advanced testing phase. The model will simply use the ‘One’ name for production.
- The Mercedes-AMG One will use a Formula One-derive 1.6-litre V6, making over 1,000hp.
- Its static testing has begun at the brand’s Immendingen proving ground.
- Only 275 units of the Mercedes-AMG One will be produced.
What will Mercedes-AMG One be powered by?
The hypercar will use a hybridised 1.6-litre, V6 adapted from Mercedes-AMG’s championship-winning 2017 Formula 1 car, producing over 1,000hp. The One hypercar will also come equipped with an all-wheel-drive system.
When was the Mercedes-AMG One due?
The car was originally due back in early 2019, but it is understood that the date was pushed back due engineering struggles, which…