2024 Mercedes-Benz AMG GT Project One

3 700 000 EUR

2024 Mercedes-Benz AMG GT Project One

3 700 000 EUR
  • Model
    Mercedes-Benz AMG GT Project One
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  • Power
    772 kw (1,049 hp)
  • Mileage
    180 km
  • Address
    Marina de Cascais, 2750 Cascais, Portugal
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  • Published
    May 17, 2024
1.6 liter V6
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Riviera MotorSports
Riviera MotorSportsAv. Rei Humberto II de Italia Marina de Cascais - Loja 59 2750-800
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Riviera MotorSports is proud to present two options of the 2024 Mercedes Benz AMG Project One with Motor Sports Package. We have one option in Silver and the second in Black, both come with the Motor Sports Package. The image posted in the advert is for representation purpose only. Images and supporting documents will be provided upon serious request. Both Project One's are located in the EU, EU registration and EU taxes paid. No Restrictions.

It's finally here. Five and a half years after Mercedes-Benz first said they were going to shove a Formula 1 engine into a street-legal car, we finally have the finished product. The AMG One is alive, and it delivers on all the promises Mercedes made. There's an F1 engine at its core. It is road legal. And it packs a combined 1,049 horsepower (782 kilowatts) from its hybrid powertrain.
"With the Mercedes-AMG One, we have more than pushed the boundaries. The immense technical challenges of making a modern Formula 1 powertrain suitable for everyday use on the road have undoubtedly pushed us to our limits," said Philipp Schiemer, chairman of the management board for Mercedes-AMG. "Many may have thought, during the development period, that the project was impossible to implement. However, the teams in Affalterbach and Great Britain never gave up and believed in themselves. I have the greatest respect for all the participants and I am proud of this teamwork."
The heart of the AMG One is without question its engine. From the first announcement way back in 2017, it's been known that Mercedes was using a legit F1 engine for the One. It's also been a source of some frustration, getting it to actually work in a street application. But work it does – the 1.6-liter V6 internal combustion engine spins to a glorious 11,000-rpm redline, using a single turbocharger with electric assist. The engine utilizes double overhead camshafts, air spring valves, direction injection, and a complex exhaust gas cleaning system to produce 566 hp (422 kW) on its own. And it still meets Euro 6 emission standards.

The amazing engine is only half the powertrain story, figuratively and literally. Four electric motors combine to give the One its overall 1,049-hp rating and all-wheel-drive capability. Two motors are located in front, one at each wheel generating 322 hp combined. The third motor is installed with the gasoline engine, sending 161 hp (120 kW) to the crankshaft. The fourth motor is the one tied to the high-tech turbocharger, which Mercedes-AMG says adds another 121 hp (90 kW) to the mix. That motor can also recoup energy from the turbo as exhaust gases spin it up, which can be sent elsewhere.

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