F1-Powered Mercedes-AMG Hypercar Almost Sold Out 2 Years Before Its Launch

Posted: Nov 22 2016, 12:09pm CST | by , Updated: Nov 22 2016, 9:09pm CST, in News | Cars & Vehicles

 

F1-Powered Mercedes-AMG Hypercar Almost Sold Out 2 Years Before its Launch
  • The Mercedes Hypercar Is Sold Out Before its Release
 

Nobody has officially seen the upcoming Hypercar, but it looks like it it’s already been sold out.

Remember the Mercedes AMG hypercar that went into development after being revealed as concept by the company?

Well according to the recent news the Mercedes AMG hypercar is already almost sold out and that too even before its official release.

No one has seen the car fully developed in its full glory and it seems like the car enthusiasts don’t care about that as well. They are all over the AMG Hypercar and it look as if they are blindly trusting the company for making a great one too. 

The German luxury car maker had announced that they will be developing the car in the near future but will be keeping its units low in number.

The price of this hyper car is set to be in seven figures and only a single sketch eliciting the design of this car has been released by company. However the lack of details had not tempered down the interest of many Mercedes lovers around the world, according to AutomotiveNews

Ferrari had also managed to sell its few models last year even before their release. The pre-sold models by Ferrari were 709 and LaFerraris including both 500 and 209 Aperta.

Mercedes on the other hand will make only 200-300 production units of the upcoming hypercar. The company is saying that the every penny paid of the $2 million for this hypercar will be worth the experience.

The car will be offered in a stimulating 1000bhp and will be a gasoline plus electric car. It will showcase a 1.6 liter Mercedes F1 engine which will have a 10,000 RPM mark. 

Thus the hypercar will provide an F1 kind of powertrain with design and technology that will be on par with any other major brand hypercar. 

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