This year’s global consumer electronics and consumer technology tradeshow (CES) is already underway and Mercedes-Benz took the chance to reveal a second teaser image of their AMG Hybrid Hypercar.
We first saw a sketch outlining the AMG Hypercar’s general shape last September at the Paris Auto Show. Thanks to Gtspirirt
, we now have an idea of what the car’s rear could look like and it features a message: “creating benchmark driving pleasure.”
Benchmark indeed as we’re expecting to see a high-revving 1.6-liter turbocharged V6 engine under the hood with a hybrid and energy recovery system. The drivetrain technology is coming from the brand’s Formula One car. We have no idea what the engine’s displacement will be, but Carscoops
says it could deliver more than 1,000 horsepower.
In the teaser, it is clear that the hypercar will be sporting a central fin, large NACA-ducts, beefy rear haunches, and large roof scoop.
There’s still a while to wait before the AMG hypercar’s debut next year at the IAA Frankfurt Motor Show, in time for AMG’s 50th Anniversary.
The brand plans to sell a limited number of them, around 200-300 units, and it could be priced just under 2 million Euro each. After taxes, the hypercar will sell for approximately 2.4 million Euro a pop.