This two-seat plug-in hybrid hypercar is said to combine outstanding racetrack performance with F1 technology that is suitable for day-to-day driving and will be limited to 275 units. The all-carbon body hides a forward cockpit and a mid-mounted 1.6-litre turbocharged V6 that is backed by four electric motors. AMG ONE can actually run on battery power for about 25 kilometres. Its 1000+ combined horsepower are sent to the rear wheels via an exclusive eight-speed manual gearbox.
- As powerful as the Hulk—and just as green?
- Stunning performances
- Exclusivity guaranteed
- Exorbitant price
- Technology too complex
- Practically no rear visibility