The Mercedes-AMG One was introduced in the fall of 2017 at the corner of the world in the autumn of 2017.
At the 2017 Frankfurt Motor Show, the Mercedes-AMG division boasted a “hand formula” project, called Project One Model. It was originally intended to reach customers in 2019, but problems with development gradually postponed their arrival. Next year, however, car customers will hopefully finally see it.
The carmaker confirmed that Mercedes-AMG Project One will begin production sometime in mid-2022. The first customers, including Nico Rosenberg and David Collard, will arrive this special about five years after the premiere of their official exhibition.
AMG was suffering from developmental problems. Shortly after the premiere, it became clear that adjusting the technique was actually not as easy as originally intended for Formula 1. Mercedes-AMG workers also admitted to offering anonymous anonymity that they considered the development low.
The system, which combines a 1.6-liter six-cylinder fork with three electric motors and a turbocharger powered by electric motors, had problems in compliance with emission standards, according to peripheral reports. Thus, the car had to get at least part particle filter. The idle speed also had to be significantly reduced, ranging from some 5,000 revolutions in the racing version to 200 or 1,200 revolutions.
What is more, credibility also proved a weakness. Today the six-cylinder is simply critical. He was simply unable to cover thousands of kilometers, as was expected from a production car. There is a difference from Formula 1, which does not make such a fraction of kilometers per season and can replace drive units.
Despite significant delays, however, the Mercedes-AMG Project One is to retain the role offered in the Premier. The car is described as a h h formula for general roads, thanks to the propulsion system, derived from the F1 cars. Similarly, it would appear practically safe, except for minor aerodynamic changes today.
In the meantime, though, we’ll wait for confirmation of driving capabilities. In any case, in 2017, the manufacturer claimed that the Mercedes-AMG Project One will produce 740 kW (1,000 hp) output, allowing the car to accelerate from 0-200 km / h in less than six seconds. Allowing by And drive at speeds of up to 350 km / h. Thanks to electric motors, the car has to travel about 25 km on pure electricity.
To maintain the quality, the company expects to produce only 275 pieces of Project One, for which customers paid 2.27 million euros, about 57.6 million crowns.