The ‘project’ has been dropped from the name of the Mercedes-AMG hypercar. It is now called Mercedes-AMG ONE, alluding to the Formula 1 hybrid technology under the skin.
The car is currently undergoing wind tunnel testing of its active aerodynamics which features a multi-part, two-stage extendable rear wing for maximum downforce in the race mode. Apparently, the experts at the high-performance subsidiaries in Affalterbach, Brackley and Brixworth are working across borders on just one goal: to bring racing technology to life in a street-legal vehicle.
The company has also created a mobile showroom where the future owners can obtain comprehensive information on the development progress of the vehicle.
The Mercedes-AMG ONE on a custom-built trailer with extendable sides
Besides showcasing the latest status of the hypercar, the future owners get a chance to sit in the cockpit, along with a demonstration of the individual equipment options.
The mobile showroom also has a coffee bar, lounge and various information elements, such as touch screen animations, material samples and colour examples. The information on offer is rounded off by video documentations and interviews. The show truck is now available to the Mercedes-AMG ONE customers in the grounds of the Munich Mercedes-Benz branch.
Read more about the Mercedes-AMG ONE here.