Mercedes-AMG

Mercedes-AMG

Driving Performance

Driving Performance

One Attitude


One Attitude.

Success is a matter of adjustment – and not just for the engines.

Mercedes-AMG performance vehicles combine the best of Mercedes-Benz premium refinement, with unrivalled performance dynamics. Our range includes all body styles from Coupés and SUVs, to Roadsters and Cabriolets. Power, delivery, handling and sound – these are the elements that make up the unique AMG motoring experience.

One Attitude


One Attitude.

Success is a matter of adjustment – and not just for the engines.

Mercedes-AMG performance vehicles combine the best of Mercedes-Benz premium refinement, with unrivalled performance dynamics. Our range includes all body styles from Coupés and SUVs, to Roadsters and Cabriolets. Power, delivery, handling and sound – these are the elements that make up the unique AMG motoring experience.

  • Character

    Working in the garage and yet always clean: our character.

    The image shows two characteristic AMG performance vehicles at full speed.

    Working in the garage and yet always clean: our character.

    Supreme performance does not come about by chance. It arises when engineering prowess is coupled with that very special attitude that is the spirit of AMG. We believe that you need to keep pushing up against the boundaries in order to reach new goals. We accept nothing as given. It is people who create frontiers, and it is people who can overcome them. We apply this principle to conjure up automotive performance for motorsport – and for the road. We call this “Driving Performance”.
     
    Since: “There is something beyond technology that really distinguishes
    an AMG. We call it character.”
     
    - Tobias Moers, CEO Mercedes-AMG

    Mercedes-AMG GT R: combined fuel consumption: 11.4 l/100 km | combined CO2 emissions: 259 g/km | Emissions figure[1]

  • Spirit

    We develop newton meters, soundscapes, forms – and ourselves.

    The image shows a bird's-eye view of the AMG GT painted in yellow.
    The image shows the AMG GT painted in yellow from below.

    We develop newton meters, soundscapes, forms – and ourselves.

    Our quest to continually challenge the status quo in pursuit of new goals is evident in our holistic approach to vehicle development: Our work begins right from the planning stage for the vehicle architecture of a new Mercedes-Benz model. In this way we ensure that AMG’s requirements are already taken into consideration in the development of the series production vehicles. This is without parallel in the performance vehicles market. Every Mercedes-AMG is developed and built in its entirety in Affalterbach. The perfect matching and coordination of all components gives rise to a vehicle that is not only a delight to drive on the road, but is also able to assert itself on the race track. Its superior technologies enable an intensive driving experience that is to the target group’s taste. Over 800 of our 1,500 employees work in the development area, contributing the core competencies that make our exceptional performance possible. On the basis of this expertise, we develop vehicles with a very special DNA: the AMG DNA.

    The image shows various vehicle components in a virtual technology space.

    Our spirit unfolds in the four dimensions of our vehicle development process: drive systems, driving dynamics, sound and design.

    Mercedes-AMG GT R combined fuel consumption: 11.4 l/100 km | combined CO2 emissions: 259 g/km | Emissions figure[1]

  • Drive systems

       Power must be released. On the street.

       Power must be released. On the street.

    "Power is just the beginning. The art lies in getting it onto the road."

    Mercedes-AMG: drive

    "Power is just the beginning. The art lies in getting it onto the road."

    - Christian Enderle, Head of Development, Engine and Drivetrain  

    The engine forms the core of the AMG drive system. But it takes the precise interplay between clutch, transmission, drive shaft and differential – the entire drivetrain – to apply the engine’s power to the road.

     

    Which gives rise to the question: how directly can acceleration be felt? 

     

    With a Mercedes-AMG, it is a tangible physical experience: direct, powerful, impressive. Courtesy of the unique AMG Performance drives. From a 4-cylinder through a V6 and V8 to a V12. They all stand for dynamic response and high agility, combined with superlative performance and maximum efficiency.

  • Driving dynamics

    When the street is your favorite place.

    The image illustrates the dynamic handling of the Mercedes-AMG performance vehicles.

    When the street is your favorite place.

    Customarily, roads are for getting from A to B. For performance enthusiasts, roads are much more than this. They see every bend as an invitation. They are active and fully aware at the wheel. They love to unleash their vehicle’s power on the asphalt while steering it with precision. Driving dynamics is an expression of their personality.

    The image shows the interior of a Mercedes-AMG CLA Shooting Brake.

    Unleashing the passion, controlling the power: a Mercedes-AMG applies this principle to transform power into driving dynamics. All chassis systems are perfectly coordinated to this end. Innovative AMG technology provides for the right balance between dynamism and control: the in-house developed AMG Performance 4MATIC and 4MATIC+ all-wheel drives, for example, the intelligent AMG RIDE CONTROL sports suspension, the variable speed-sensitive sports steering, the AMG high-performance brake system and optimized aerodynamics.

    The broad spectrum of AMG technologies serves a single aim here: to instill that special feeling that we are in control of every bend, and not vice versa.

    Mercedes-AMG GT R: combined fuel consumption: 11.4 l/100 km; combined CO2 emissions: 259 g/km[1]

     

    Mercedes-AMG CLA 45 4MATIC: combined fuel consumption: 7.3 - 6.9 l/ 100 km, combined CO2 emissions: 171-162 g/ km[1]

  • Sound

    Is it possible to hear adrenaline?

    Is it possible to hear adrenaline?

    “It’s a full-body experience. The sound just takes you over.”

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    “It’s a full-body experience. The sound just takes you over.”

    - Ralph Illenberger, Senior Manager Sound Development

    Mercedes-AMG drivers are anything but quiet characters. That is quite obvious as soon as the engine starts up. The full and powerful rumble of the exhaust system is a defining signature feature of every Mercedes-AMG, with each model making its very own distinct sound statements.

     

    The available drive programs add the nuances to round off the full sound experience while on the move. Every driving situation is thus supported by the corresponding sound character. A unique symphony for performance enthusiasts.

  • Design

    Form Follows Speed.

    The image shows the imposing front end of the Mercedes-AMG S 63 4MATIC+ Coupé in designo diamond white.
    The image shows the exhilarating silhouette of the Mercedes-AMG E 63 S 4MATIC+ against a city skyline.
    The image shows the seductive design of the SL Roadster driving at full speed on a coastal road.

    Form Follows Speed.

    A Mercedes-AMG on the road is design in motion. To drive a Mercedes-AMG is to make an aesthetic statement.

    At the same time, design is never an end in itself. Rather, it is a matter of the perfect symbiosis of form and function: the bold and distinctive design idiom ensures that every Mercedes-AMG is immediately recognizable as an uncompromising embodiment of performance. Hallmark radiator grilles and large air intakes lend a Mercedes-AMG vehicle its characteristic face. Striking side sill panels visualize the motorsport genes, while the rear wing and up to four tailpipes round off the signature looks in impressive style.

    Mercedes-AMG C 63 S Coupé: combined fuel consumption: 8.9 - 8.6 l/ 100 km, combined CO2 emissions: 209 - 200 g/ km[1]

     

    Mercedes-AMG GLC 43 4MATIC Coupé: urban/extra-urban/combined: 11.5 - 10.9/ 7.5 - 7.0/ 8.9 - 8.4 l/ 100 km, combined CO2 emissions: 203-192 g/ km[1]

     

    Mercedes-AMG GT C Roadster: combined fuel consumption: 11.4 l/ 100 km; CO2 emissions combined: 259 g/ km[1]

AMG Film


AMG The Brand – Inner Force

AMG Film


AMG The Brand – Inner Force

AMG The Brand – Inner Force
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History & Evolution


History & Evolution

History & Evolution


History & Evolution

One Man – One Engine


One Man – One Engine.

Highly qualified craftsmanship by Mercedes-AMG.

One Man – One Engine


One Man – One Engine.

Highly qualified craftsmanship by Mercedes-AMG.

The image shows an engine with the signature.

In contrast to a mass production process, Mercedes-AMG in-line four-cylinder, V8 and V12 engines are traditionally built by hand in accordance with the "One Man, One Engine" philosophy. A single technician assembles the engine and in the process is responsible for all the steps, from the installation of the crankshaft in the engine block and assembly of the camshafts to the wiring and the filling with engine oil – visibly testified by the technician's signature on the AMG engine badge.

Performance Vehicles


Performance Vehicles.

From the most powerful series-produced four-cylinder unit to the superior twelve-cylinder engine. Elegant to extremely sporty.

 

Experience the rich variety of Mercedes-AMG vehicles, and let yourself be swept away by the concentrated Driving Performance.

Performance Vehicles


Performance Vehicles.

From the most powerful series-produced four-cylinder unit to the superior twelve-cylinder engine. Elegant to extremely sporty.

 

Experience the rich variety of Mercedes-AMG vehicles, and let yourself be swept away by the concentrated Driving Performance.

Explore the Mercedes-AMG Range.

Explore the Mercedes-AMG Range.

Mercedes-AMG Range.

Explore the Mercedes-AMG Range

Mercedes-AMG Range.

The new Mercedes-AMG 43 range introduces exciting new engines to the AMG stable — scintillating engineering packages, true to the spirit of AMG. Form follows performance, and the unique AMG 43 motoring experience opens a new world of driving exhilaration for those wishing to enter the exciting world of Mercedes-AMG.

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Mercedes-AMG C 43 Coupé.

Instantly thrilling.

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Mercedes-AMG C 43 Coupé.

Instantly thrilling.

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Mercedes-AMG SLC 43.

Unleash your senses.

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Mercedes-AMG SLC 43.

Unleash your senses.

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Mercedes-AMG GT C Roadster.

Handcrafted by racers.

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Mercedes-AMG GT C Roadster.

Handcrafted by racers.

AMG Future Performance


AMG Future Performance 

Mercedes-AMG Project ONE: Formula 1 technology for the road 

AMG Future Performance


AMG Future Performance 

Mercedes-AMG Project ONE: Formula 1 technology for the road 

Welcome to the future.

Mercedes-Benz: Mercedes-AMG Future Performance

Welcome to the future.

The two-seater Mercedes-AMG Project ONE will transfer the latest and most efficient Formula 1 hybrid technology almost one to one from the race track to the street for the first time. The performance hybrid will produce over 1,000 horsepower and accelerates from 0-200 km/h in below 6 seconds, at a maximum speed of over 350 km/h.

Images and Films


Images and Films

Images and Films


Images and Films

The image shows a driver running to his red Mercedes-AMG GT S performance vehicle.
Mercedes-AMG GLA 45 4 MATIC
The image shows the impressive front end of the Mercedes-AMG C 63 S Coupé.
The image shows the Mercedes-AMG GT R in the wind tunnel.
Mercedes-AMG GLC 43
Mercedes-AMG C 43 4MATIC Coupé
The image shows the front end of the Mercedes-AMG CLA 45 Coupé.
Mercedes-AMG SLC 43
Mercedes-AMG GLE 43
Mercedes-AMG GT C Roadster

Mercedes-AMG CLA 45 4MATIC: combined fuel consumption: 7.3 - 6.9 l/ 100 km, combined CO2 emissions: 171-162 g/ km[1]

Mercedes-AMG GLA 45 4MATIC: combined fuel consumption: 7.4 l/ 100 km, combined CO2 emissions: 172 g/ km[1]

Mercedes-AMG C 43 4MATIC Coupé: combined fuel consumption: 9.5 - 9.2 l/ 100 km, combined CO2 emissions: 217 - 212 g /km[1]

Mercedes-AMG C 63 S Coupé: combined fuel consumption: 8.9 - 8.6 l/ 100 km, combined CO2 emissions: 209 - 200 g/ km[1]

Mercedes-AMG SLC 43: combined fuel consumption: 7.8 l/ 100 km; combined CO2 emissions: 178 g/ km[1]

Mercedes-AMG GLC 43 4MATIC Coupé: urban/extra-urban/combined: 11.5 - 10.9/ 7.5 - 7.0/ 8.9 - 8.4 l/ 100 km, combined CO2 emissions: 203-192 g/ km[1]

Mercedes-AMG GLE 43 4MATIC Coupé: combined fuel consumption: 9.4 - 8.9 l/ 100 km; combined CO2 emissions: 219 -209 g/ km[1]

Mercedes-AMG GT C Roadster: combined fuel consumption: 11.4 l/ 100 km; CO2 emissions combined: 259 g/ km[1]

Mercedes-AMG GT R: combined fuel consumption: 11.4 l/ 100 km; combined CO2 emissions: 259 g/ km[1]

     

[1] The figures shown for fuel consumption and CO2 emissions were obtained in accordance with the prescribed measuring methods (§2 Nos. 5, 6, 6a of the "Pkw-EnVKV" [German Ordinance on Fuel Consumption Labelling for Cars] as amended). The figures are not based on an individual vehicle and do not constitute part of the product offer; they are provided solely for purposes of comparison between different vehicle models. Figures will vary depending on the wheels/tyres.

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