One of the most technologically advanced hypercars in recent memory just went up for grabs.
A barely driven Mercedes-AMG One was just listed for sale by F1rst Motors in Duba, according to Motor1.com. You’re going to have to spend big to get your hands on this speed machine, though. The exotic car dealership is asking for double the car’s sticker price.
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It’s easy to see why F1st Motors is feeling bullish about the One. The vehicle stands out in amongst the crowded field of boundary-pushing hypercars that have been released this decade, the German vehicle stands out. Not only does it look like a race car from the future thanks to its giant wing and active aero elements, but it also features a Formula 1-derived powertrain. The setup consists of a 1.6-liter V-6 and four electric motors that combine to pump out a hair-raising 1,049 horses.
The powertrain isn’t just impressive in theory, either. The One can rocket from zero to 62 mph in just 2.9 seconds and reach a top speed of 219 mph. Unsurprisingly, it has earned itself several production car speed records. The biggest was achieved in November 2022, when the One circled the 12.92-mile Nürburgring-Nordschleife in 6:30.705 minutes. That beat the previous mark, which had been set by a Porsche 911 GT2 RS Manthey the previous year, by more than eight seconds.
The vehicle is also rare. The German marque’s performance division has been very upfront since the beginning that intends to build only 275 examples, all of which had already sold out before production began in 2022. The One that’s up for sale is finished in glossy black over a black interior. The dealership claims that it has zero miles on it—which doesn’t make much sense—but that does suggest that the car has barely been driven.
That all sounds great, right? Here’s something a little less encouraging to all but the most obsessed of collectors: F1rst Motors is asking 20 million United Emirates Dirham for the AMG One. That works out to roughly $5.45 million, or about twice the car’s reported original price of $2.7 million. Of course, we’re sure there’s someone out there who won’t let that put them off from adding this rare hypercar to their garage. One thing to note: U.S.-based collectors will want to sit this one out, as the car isn’t legal on our roads.
Click here for more photos of the Mercedes-AMG One.
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