AMG is the high performance division of Mercedes-Benz. AMG autonomously hires engineers and manufactures and customizes Mercedes-Benz AMG vehicles. Mercedes-AMG’s headuarter is situated in Affalterbach, Germany. AMG was firstly an autonomously owned engineering firm who was concentrating in performance improvements for Mercedes-Benz vehicles; Daimler-Benz AG took a controlling interest in 1999, and subsequently became sole owner of AMG in 2005. Mercedes-AMG GmbH is now a completely owned subsidiary of Daimler AG. With its roots settled firmly in motorsport, the Mercedes-AMG performance brand has been on the race track for decades. From its place as the most victorious brand in the history of the DTM.
Technology And Performance
The professionalism of Mercedes-AMG is distinctive by its hunt of high performance, precision and efficiency. Every Mercedes-AMG performance car provides outstanding performance, exciting driving pleasure and vital superiority down to the finest element. The Mercedes-AMG model provides the most diversified vehicles according to requirements of the customer. The offering include of about 50 Mercedes-AMG performance vehicles having a power outputs from 270 kW (367 hp) to 463 kW (630 hp. Each AMG model is a perfect performance vehicle that stimulates with unique power delivery, alluring engine sound, outstanding handling and a straight driving sensation. The common exclusivity also comes as standard, as do exceptional quality and precise workmanship. All Mercedes-AMG models exemplify the levels of engineering and craftsmanship which are typical of the brand.
1988–1993 190E AMG 3.2, 1988–1993 300E AMG 3.4E, AMG 3.4CE, AMG 3.4TE, 1992 “The Hammer”, AMG Widebody Coupe, 1993–1994 E60 AMG, 1994–1995 E36 AMG, 1995, 1997 S70 AMG, 1995, 1998–2001 SL73 AMG, 1996–1998 SL60 AMG, 1995–1997 C36 AMG, 1997–2000 C43 AMG, 1996–1998 E36 AMG, 1996–1997 E50 AMG, 1999–2002 E55 AMG, 1998–2002 CLK-GTR AMG, 2001–2004 SLK32 AMG, 2002-2004 C32 AMG, 2005–2006 C55 AMG, 2005–2006 CLK DTM AMG, 2007 R63 AMG, 2009 CLK63 AMG , CLK63 AMG Black Series, Mercedes-AMG A 45, Mercedes-AMG CLA 45, Mercedes-AMG GLA 45, Mercedes-AMG CLS 63, Mercedes-AMG E 63, Mercedes-AMG G 63, Mercedes-AMG GLE 63.
By means of a more extensive use of carbon fibre than their regular Mercedes-Benz counterparts, AMG models offers a higher level of performance and handling with constancy. AMG models are characteristically the most expensive and highest-performing variant of each Mercedes-Benz class.