The Mercedes-AMG One will use an F1-sourced powertrain, but the German brand has decided against competing in WEC with it.
The Mercedes-AMG One’s powertrain consists of a 1.6-liter turbo V6 coupled to no less than four (!) electric motors.
As Mercedes-AMG is discovering with the One, modern F1 powertrains are best suited to the track.
At least its half a million bucks cheaper than another build slot advertised by a German dealer.
AMG chief Tobias Moers said that, from 2021, every model in the range will have an electrified version.
Top Gear Magazine takes us on a special walkaround featuring the Mercedes-AMG One.
Mercedes-AMG’s boss said that development of the F1-engined One is now back on track.
Despite the name, it doesn’t appear the Mercedes-AMG One will be followed by a Two.