Mercedes Vision AMG: The AMG future is electric
The production model is scheduled for 2025
How much power will the electric supercar have?
What is particularly interesting about the Vision AMG is the platform. It goes by the name AMG.EA and was specially designed for electric AMG models. The core is an axial flux motor, which is being developed by the Mercedes subsidiary “YASA” and, despite its compact design, is said to deliver significantly more power than conventional electric motors. However, AMG still owes concrete numbers at the moment, but there is still a bit of time until 2025.
The headlights are based on the Mercedes star
The Panamericana radiator grille, which is now an integral part of current AMG models, has been carried over into the electric era for the show car. It is optically closed and has illuminated struts. One floor up, an oversized Mercedes star is emblazoned on the hood.
A strip of lights is integrated into the spoiler lip at the rear. Underneath, a huge lettering makes it clear that this is an AMG model. Anyone who now thinks that the electric study has six tailpipes illuminated in red is certainly not alone. The Affalterbach-based company, on the other hand, speaks of six taillights – three per side and, curiously enough, placed extremely far down just above the diffuser – so the analogy with tailpipes is certainly not entirely coincidental.