Mercedes Hypes Up 1063 HP AMG One Record Runs
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Mercedes Hypes Up AMG One Record

Mercedes-AMG Highlights The One Hypercar's Track Records

The Mercedes-AMG One hypercar has broken a lot of records in recent years – and AMG wants to make sure that you know it!

For one, it’s powered by an 1063 HP (!) F1 engine while still managing to stay street-legal. Then there’s obviously the understandably limited release, with only 275 going into production (and all 275 being reserved by buyers) … and, let’s face it, anything that rare feels extra-shiny.

And we have another reason to fawn over the Mercedes-AMG One: the ultra-fast, F1-inspired hybrid has set some killer track records!

First off, there’s the 1:26.846 lap time around the Red Bull Ring, a record for the fastest street-legal car at that track. And then we have the 1:38.563 time at Hockenheim for another record. Probably the biggest noise has been made about its lap time at the Nürburgring of just 6:35.183, the fastest time for any car with a license plate.

This hypercar is one of the quickest-accelerating road cars in existence, getting up to 62 mph (100 km/h) in just 2.9 seconds and going up to 124 mph (200 km/h) in 7 seconds. It has a top speed of a blistering 219 mph.

It’s clear that the Mercedes-AMG One is made with love (maybe) and care (definitely), and we love that it exists for us to drool over.

Mercedes-AMG One Record-setting Highlights Reel


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