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AMG boss Tobias Moers has now revealed they’ve been making “great progress” in implementing a fix to make the One WLTP-compliant without dropping combined output below the magical 1,000-horsepower mark.

He went on to mention AMG is “figuring out when the first customers will get their cars in the next few weeks,” so early adopters probably won’t have to wait much longer to take delivery of their prized possessions. As you may recall, only 275 cars are being built, and some of them might become a Lewis Hamilton special edition, unless production will be extended for this purpose.

The One has all the ingredients to become the next record holder for the fastest production car at the Nürburgring, with Tobias Moers hinting an attempt to dethrone the Lamborghini Aventador Superveloce Jota (6:44.97) is planned. We’ll see how this plays out, but with a high-revving F1 engine taken from a championship-winning car working combined with four electric motors, it might just happen.





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