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What higher option to have fun half a century of refined motoring and state-of-the-art efficiency than with a dream hypercar? Within the 12 months when AMG turns 50, the Affalterbach-based efficiency division of Mercedes-Benz will formally introduce its first hypercar after the Mercedes-Benz CLK-GTR AMG of the mid 90s. As confirmed a number of days in the past, the Mission ONE can be a spectacular trying hypercar with pinnacle Formulation 1 know-how.
Rumored to obtain the R50 title (the place “R” stands for Renn, which is the German for “racing”, and the “50” particle signifies the half-century anniversary of AMG), the hypercar is being co-developed with Mercedes-AMG HighPerformancePowertrains (or HPP) in Brixworth, which is in control of producing the complete F1 powertrains utilized by Mercedes AMG Petronas Formulation One Workforce. The physique of the R50 can be extraordinarily glossy and aerodynamic to create a sensational drag and diminish air friction. The outside design, as confirmed by Prof. Gorden Wagener, Chief Design Officer of Daimler AG, can be solely distinctive, mindblowing and state-of-the-art.
The Mercedes-AMG Mission ONE would be the very first automotive to supply a full F1 powertrain package deal. The hypercar can be powered by a hybrid 1.6-litre V6 turbocharged engine fitted with an electrical ERS (Vitality Restoration system) unit, which affords a mixed output of nicely over 1000 hp. It’s stated that the R50 can be able to attaining the golden normal of 1 horsepower per kilogram. Furthermore, the Mercedes-AMG R50 hypercar can be geared up with an all-wheel-drive traction system and a purely electrical, wheel selective entrance axle drive idea.
If rumors are to be believed, then the Mercedes-AMG Mission ONE ought to be formally premiered throughout summer season of 2017. Be ready and keep tuned to Mercedes-Benz-Weblog as additional details about the AMG hypercar will leake from contained in the Affalterbach labs within the coming months!
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